ORONO — Throughout the Fall, the McGillicuddy Humanities Center will be holding a series of bean suppers as part of our annual symposium theme of “Society, Colonization and Decolonization.” Each of the suppers will feature a different cultural identity and bean recipe, including Franco-American bean-hole beans with brown bread, US southwestern-style beans with red & green chilies, Cuban bean chili, Brazilian black beans, and a final potluck supper to which people will be invited to contribute beans cooked from their own recipes.
Bean supper dates and geographic themes:
Tuesday, Oct. 22 – Maine
Tuesday, Oct. 29– New Mexico
Tuesday, Nov. 5 – Brazil
Tuesday, Nov. 12 – Cuba
Tuesday, Nov. 19 – Global
All suppers are FREE and open to the public, held at the Church of Universal Fellowship in Orono, 82 Main St.
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