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CHahan Chahan is the word for pit cooking and was done for special feasts. Food items such as fish and bats and taro were prepared and wrapped in banana leaves. A pit was dug and filled with wood and stones and lit on fire. When the fire was hot enough, the prepared food on buried among the hot stones, dirt and leaves. The stones and firewood were managed with partially split trunks of small trees.