This is the must-have cookbook du jour that has everything you need.
Any network can find and polish a one-off hottie to fight back tears at the disaster site du jour.
Serious foodies can indulge in a high-end, three-course Chef du jour meal served inside an air-conditioned tent ($45 per person).
from French plat du jour "dish of the day," early 20c. on restaurant menus, abstracted as an all-purpose modifier 1989.
Of today; of the day; current: Thought du jour/ Kennedy would quiz aides about the crisis du jour/ Where would the management gurus du jour find grist for their latest best-sellers?
[1990s+; fr French, ''of the day,'' used to identify the day's specialties in restaurants]