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Chicken Barbecue and the Eastern Shore by Helen Chappell

Wherever you go on the Shore, you will find someone, somewhere, barbecuing chicken. It could be my personal favorite ~ St. Luke’s Methodist Men on Rt. 33, raising money for the church. Or it could be Trappe Rotary on Rt. 50 and Barber Road, or the Jaycees, or a volunteer fire department, or even some high schoolers trying to raise money for band uniforms. Whoever and whatever, I’m in! I can’t resist barbecued chicken. Maybe it’s that crispy, forbid-

den chicken skin, or that tangy vinegary f lavor, or the ambiance of something cooked out of doors over an open pit. Delmarva is the chicken capital of the world, after all, and we may as well enjoy our feathermeat. St. Luke’s Methodist Men, at Kirkham Station on Rt. 33, also offer some lip-smacking good ribs. You have to get there early. This stand, which has been written up in the Washington Post and praised by no less a barbecue maven than Dan

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September 2015 ttimes web magazine  

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