Are you ready for Pi Day? Do you even have a clue what I’m talking about? Well, think back to your high school days. Way back. Pi (), rounded a bit, is 3.14 – the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.
Incidentally, March 14 also happens to be 3/14, or 3.14, if you will.
There have been many attempts to celebrate Pi Day with a pi pie, but tragically, none is nearly so authentic or epic as my friend Sarah’s…
Pi Day Pie Tutorial
That’s right – Sarah managed to bake the pi symbol () right into every single slice!!! If you, like Sarah, our resident chef, want to celebrate Pi Day in style – and really impress all your friends, then you need to step right over this way for the full tutorial, complete with lots of very helpful photos.
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That’s quite clever. Well done. And now I want to consume every bit of sugar in my house.
Hearing Pi day references has been making me crave pie all day long! But this is seriously amazing! Sarah is very talented!
Wow, so fancy! Happy pi day, Lindsay and Sarah!
GENIUS! I love the pi baked in so much
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Wow that cake is amazing. She should be very proud.
This makes me so happy on so many levels! Too bad I’m out of town and we can’t have Pi Day happy hour or something. It wouldn’t be as cool as the cake anyway…
Hope your week has been FABULOUS!