Chase Carrico, left, Eddie Carrico and Mike Carrico loaded hickory into a charcoal barrel Friday on the grounds of St. Jerome Church at Fancy Farm in Graves County. They were preparing the fire for cooking nearly 20,000 pounds of pork and mutton for barbecue at Saturday's political picnic. The Carrico family for 34 years has been in charge of cooking the meat.
Chase Carrico, left, Eddie Carrico and Mike Carrico loaded hickory into a charcoal barrel Friday on the grounds of St. Jerome Church at Fancy Farm in Graves County. They were preparing the fire for cooking nearly 20,000 pounds of pork and mutton for barbecue at Saturday's political picnic. The Carrico family for 34 years has been in charge of cooking the meat. Herald-Leader
Chase Carrico, left, Eddie Carrico and Mike Carrico loaded hickory into a charcoal barrel Friday on the grounds of St. Jerome Church at Fancy Farm in Graves County. They were preparing the fire for cooking nearly 20,000 pounds of pork and mutton for barbecue at Saturday's political picnic. The Carrico family for 34 years has been in charge of cooking the meat. Herald-Leader

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