SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) -Since 1946, a 6th grade camp, operated by the San Diego County Office of Education has been know for its hillside cabins and hot cakes.
In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff finds there's never enough cooks in the kitchen when you're making millions of pancakes for hungry kids at Camp Cuyamaca.
The camp's chef Leon Bullock has been there for 29 years – he and his staff have flipped nearly 2 million pancakes for campers over the years.
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