McFeely: Where can I find a great pork tenderloin sandwich around here?

My friend and long-ago mentor, Nicholas Vlahos, who gets mad at me sometimes on Facebook because I'm a level-headed reasonable progressive and he's a wild-eyed loony-tune conservative, had a great online column posted Friday morning for his newsp...

My friend and long-ago mentor, Nicholas Vlahos, who gets mad at me sometimes on Facebook because I’m a level-headed reasonable progressive and he’s a wild-eyed loony-tune conservative, had a great online column posted Friday morning for his newspaper, the Peoria Journal-Star.

How’s that for a long, clause-filled sentence?

Anyway, Nick wrote about one of the great American delicacies that hasn’t yet made its proper splash in Fargo-Moorhead - the pork tenderloin sandwich.

How breaded, fried, tender, juicy, salty, greasy, orgasmic pork tenderloin sandwiches have not yet become a thing in the Plus-Size Capital of the U.S. is beyond me. I mean, have you seen those crowd shots from North Dakota State football games? We’re big people. We like to eat. And drink beer. And, also, eat. But they have not.

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