A reader writes:
“The Best of the Dish Today” is fantastic – far more practical (for you and for me) than the previous daily wrap.
So, you’ve rechristened The Daily Wrap as “The Best Of The Dish Today.” The daily summary is now shorter (thank you), but the new name is twice as long. Forgive me for saying the new name has the style of an ethnic restaurant menu written by a non-native speaker.
How about something simple, such as “Today’s Best Dish”?
Heh. I think I was unconsciously channeling the WSJ’s long-standing feature, “The Best Of The Web Today.” Let me toss it around in what’s left of my brain for a bit. But thanks for the general encouragement.
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