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Pass the Pizza, Pass on the "Petrole Sole"

As an editor, I tend to read restaurant menus with a critical eye, even though I know the food and the service are more important than the chef's spelling. With this in mind, I scanned Granucci's ad in the Pacifica Tribune and gagged when I came to "petrole sole." This fish dish sounds more appropriate for the galley of the Exxon Valdez. Pass on the "oily" fish. Likewise for the "carmelized onions" and "lemon buter." But I hear the pizza is good.

JOHN MAYBURY
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER

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That's still better than the daily special I saw a while back: "Dreaded Pork Chops".

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