I have the following sentence:
So, in a word, my goal is to eat Kentucky Fried Chicken.
I have read elsewhere that using the phrase "in a word" here is not best practice - because I have an entire clause after it.
What would be an alternative way to say what I'm trying to get across? I am trying to say that if I had to write it down or describe it, then this is my goal.
Thanks in advance!