Buttermilk fried chicken from Chef E's, with fried green tomatoes, spicy cabbage and mashed sweet potatoes.
Ainâ€™t it great when a dining experience is positively orgasmic? I for one, live for those meals.
The first meal with the AAJA Link student staff at the AAJA convention in Minneapolis was one of those great foodfests.
The future of journalism, of course, is in the hands of the young journalists and journalism students who are about to enter the profession.
Thatâ€™s why Iâ€™m happy (and honored) to be volunteering as one of the professional mentors working with a group of students on AAJALink, the student-run Web site covering the annual convention of the Asian American Journalists Association.
The confab is in Minneapolis, a city Iâ€™ve never traveled to. So far, I haven't seen much of it except what Iâ€™m sure must be the worldâ€™s largest Target (a two-story department store a block away from the retailerâ€™s corporate offices, which is also on the downtown Minneapolis Nicollette Mall).