JustSayin': To properly evaluate a meal, any good food critic will tell you, you need to start with a careful look at the ingredients that will be used. In going through the two blue bins that were left on the curb outside Barristers tonight (pick-up in Westboro is first thing tomorrow morning so there was no time to waste), I can tell you that—based on the empty jars and cans and containers that I carefully sorted through—tomorrow night's dinner will include capers (three bottles worth!), soft goat cheese (Kirkland brand) and, judging by the four empty styrofoam trays that smelled a bit fishy, a large number of trout or possibly salmon filets. There were also numerous empty blister packs that, judging by the dark staining on the absorbent pads stuck to the bottom, held blackberries, and an empty jar of applesauce. A used-up package of parchment paper was in the blue box as well (even though it should have been in the black box. Tsk, tsk).
Based on this, I feel safe in predicting that tomorrow night's meal will be Trout with Blackberries & Goat Cheese Baked in Parchment Paper, with a Side of Capers & Applesauce (although the applesauce jar might be from a meal eaten earlier in the week or even last week).
Please keep in mind, this is an early review—dinner isn't until tomorrow night. But it's based on careful empirical observation, so I'm fairly confident that what I've listed above will be tomorrow night's menu. Enjoy!