Serving beanhole baked beans is a popular fund raiser in summertime Maine, and one of the longest-established suppers of this kind takes place at the Broad Cove Church in mid-coast Cushing. They probably originated in the inland lumber camps, though in-ground cooking is both ancient and world-wide. This article follows the main protagonists through the preparation of their annual public supper.

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