Iowa's Largest Frying Pan - Brandon Community Center

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The pan was built in 2004 by men of the local community of Brandon. It took these men a little over forty volunteer man hours to construct the frying pan. It is made out of scrap steel that was donated by local farmers. The pan was originally built as a promotional tool for the Brandon Area Community Club’s semi-annual fundraiser, the "cowboy breakfast". They chose to build a large frying pan because the cowboy breakfast is cooked over open flames using mostly cast iron frying pans.

The frying pan is calculated to hold 88 times as much as a 10-inch frying pan.

528 eggs (44 dozen) 352 pork chops (1/2 pound chops) 88 pounds of bacon 440 hamburgers (1/2 pound Burgers)

It is quantitatively 10 times the size of a 10-inch frying pan.

Weight: 1,200 pounds

Total length: 14 feet 3 inches

Rim diameter: 9 feet 3 inches

Base diameter: 8 feet

Handle length: 5 feet

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iowa%27sLargestFrying_Pan

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JC EBY © NO VIEWS! on June 1, 2013

Interesting and beautiful shot...LIKE

Best greetings, Jean-Claude

KingHawkFan on June 1, 2013

Jean-Claude I am very glad you enjoy this photo. Many thanks for your visit, kind comment and L1. Best wishes, Dave.

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