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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Saying Yes to the Unknown: A SFoodie Lunch Planner

Posted By on Thu, Oct 22, 2009 at 7:06 AM

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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Maybe the best cooking is impromptu, like a soul-detailing drunk tweet. Or maybe it's only menu-writing that benefits from some last-minute inventorying of the best stuff to show up with the produce truck. Now, we can't tell you exactly what'll be on offer today, but, says SF Weekly food critic Meredith Brody, whatever the kitchen is making, you'll want: Bar Jules, 609 Hayes (at Laguna), 621-5482. By the way, yesterday's menu listed sunchoke and potato soup, and a halibut sandwich with radishes, cucumbers, and tarragon. Keep checking the restaurant's Web site for today's offerings.

Stop the presses! We've just learned that today's lunch offerings include lentil soup, a wood-grilled poussin with roasted eggplants and peppers, and a fried egg and pancetta sandwich...

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