By Lori Robertson
Lori Robertson (email@example.com), a former AJR managing editor, is a senior contributing writer for the magazine.
"The injury du jour is a hip flexor."
Asbury Park Press
"Manhattan's chef du jour Daniel Boulud is catering the $25,000-a-plate dinner tomorrow night at Bruce Wasserstein's Further Lane place."
New York Post
"And for those of us who have lived in Nashville longer than your average country music star du jour, college football remains our safe haven."
"The company, it seems, has become the stock du jour for two kinds of investors.."
"..Bocelli has seemingly knocked out Roberto Alagna as the reigning tenor du jour."
"The excuse du jour is that the Senate calendar is too crowded to permit a confirmation vote."
Los Angeles Times
"..'synergy' has become the media world's high-concept du jour."
New York Times
"Some clearly came for Barenaked Ladies, the hot band du jour.."
from more than 600 references during June and July, some of which actually pertained to soup ###