What better way to celebrate Pi Day than with pie? My parents will be coming to dinner, so this morning I'm planning dessert. Mom loves apple, while Dad prefers pumpkin. But I'm in the mood to try a new recipe... so it's off to peruse the cookbooks.
Just wish I'd planned ahead and ordered the stoneware Pi Dish you see pictured here. It's available from the Wireless Catalog for $24.95. Next year, for sure.
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That pi plate is too cute...and I don't even like math!ReplyDelete
I've never heard of pi day - but then I'm no maths enthusiast! But I love pies - and apple is my favourite. Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Haha, the pi plate is awesome. Hope you enjoy Pi day ;)ReplyDelete
or you can just cut a pi into the crust. I have a picture of that somewhere.ReplyDelete
but I have always seen that pi/pie plate in the catalogs and coveted it...lol
Yummy! I could do with a big pecan pie right now!ReplyDelete
Pi day. I love it! Maybe I will bake a pie as well. Any excuse is a good excuse!ReplyDelete
Pie on Pi Day sounds like a great idea! Just made a Snicker Pie.ReplyDelete
How clever to make pie on pie day. Let us know what pie you finally decide on. I'd think that to celebrate pi day it would have to be something logical, yet simple.ReplyDelete
OMG, I love that pi plate. That is way too cute. I think I might just have to buy one.ReplyDelete
I love the bits of grass showing in your header photo -- I love watching the seasons change at your place.
I just came from Beth @ 990 Square's post -- maybe a savory pi / pie this week.
I love that pi dish!!! Have a great day tomorrow enjoying whatever you decide to bake!ReplyDelete
I cringe at anything math-related but not this pie plate. It is too clever. What pie did you decide on?ReplyDelete
my daughter loves both pi and pie.ReplyDelete
Softdrink - I guess the pi(e) plate has been around for awhile, but I discovered it. A great conversation piece, even if you don't like math!ReplyDelete
BooksPlease - It may be a US thing. I ended up making an apple pie for the occasion.
Dana - Pretty funny, isn't it?
Caite - Great idea! That's exactly what I did with the apple pie.
Sandy - I'm still looking for a good pecan pie recipe. Maybe you could post yours some weekend?
Marie - That's right... any excuse to bake around here, too!
Nise' - Your snickers pie sounds so good! I printed out the recipe.ReplyDelete
Margot - I ended up with apple pie... logical, simple, traditional ;-)
Beth F - I don't think I've ever made a savory pie.. will have to look into it. Glad you like the header. As soon as the ice starts breaking up, I'll put up a new one.
Staci - I may have to invest in that pie dish, lol!
Book Psmith - Not a math person, eh? I ended up making an apple pie with a pi cut-out on the top crust. It was a big hit!
Heather - Pie and Pi was a popular combo at dinner today!