Farmington's Knights of Columbus pancake breakfasts raise money and build community
When you're cooking for a few hundred people, you tend to work in large quantities. You beat eggs by the dozen, store French toast batter in gallon milk jugs, and warm syrup in coffee urns. You keep really busy, raise a little money and, if you're doing it right, have enough fun that you want to come back and do it all again.
That's the recipe for the Farmington Knights of Columbus' monthly pancake breakfasts, and it seems to be working.