Did you by any chance mean beanpole?
- bean + hole (Wiktionary)
“Emblematic in-ground meals—the New England clam bake, lobster bake, beanhole beans and hasty pudding; pit-barbecued pig in the Southeast; lamb in the Midwest, beef in the Far West; and luaus in Hawaii—seemed to spring from the soil of different regions.”
“Maynard Stanley is a third-generation “critter catcher,” the founder of a special effects production company, and the king of beanhole “suppahs,” the traditional staple of church suppers, firehouse dinners, and family reunions throughout the state of Maine.”
“We also eat beanhole beans, smelt and beans and new potatoes in cream.”
“The pack was unrolled and blankets were spread, the fire had been drawn aside, disclosing a beanhole, out of which Hiram K. was lifting an oven.”
“Meals were served through a beanhole …. shoving was usually not required (sometimes I would just leave a meal if detainees were praying).”
“Luau is the Hawaiian Islands’ clambake, beanhole dinner, and barbecue: the primordial outdoor feast of a pig roasted in the ground in an imu oven, kalua pork.”
“Some communities come together around long-established feasts—Maine’s beanhole dinner and clambake; the St. Pius Barbecued Mutton day in Kentucky; New Mexico’s horno tamales; the fish boils of Door County, Wisconsin.”
“When people taste our beanhole beans, there’s no going back.”
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