SEYMOUR, Tenn.(WVLT) -- A trip to Connie's Kitchen means you'll never go away hungry.
"We're going to make you a big pancake Alan which I don't think you're going to eat!", says owner Connie Emmons.
Connie's Kitchen is home to alot of good cooking, but more specifically, the biggest pancakes this side of Uncle Buck.
Connnie has been serving up breakfast and lunch in Seymour since 2007.
There are the typical regulars like the Hempel family.
Besides the food, there's a focus on family, faith and community.
Now back to the pancakes. If you eat three, you get an embroidered shirt, your picture made and he food is free. But there's a catch.
"They weigh about 3 and a half pounds each", said Connie.
So add that up, you;re looking at 9 and a half pounds of pancakes and so far only one person had done it.
Connie's Kitchen is a delight and a hungry person's paradise. A place that focuses not just on food, but people and helping others through their many fundraisers.
ALAN: "What would you like people to come away with?"
CONNIE: "the feel you'd like people to be full, to be satisfied, to want to come back, to know that they felt they were at home."
Or they're own kitchen. Connie's Kitchen.
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