A galvanized steel roofing backstop, a steel pipe, two wooden posts, some baling wire, flaming coals from local white oak firewood and a secret recipe mopping sauce turned raw “hummingbirds” into delicious morsels at Camp Lincoln last week.
A galvanized steel roofing backstop, a steel pipe, two wooden posts, some baling wire, flaming coals from local white oak firewood and a secret recipe mopping sauce turned raw “hummingbirds” into delicious morsels at Camp Lincoln last week. Ardie A. Davis Special to The Star
A galvanized steel roofing backstop, a steel pipe, two wooden posts, some baling wire, flaming coals from local white oak firewood and a secret recipe mopping sauce turned raw “hummingbirds” into delicious morsels at Camp Lincoln last week. Ardie A. Davis Special to The Star
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The legend of the barbecued ‘Alaskan hummingbird’: It tastes a lot like chicken

June 29, 2017 07:00 AM