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Pi Day Sweetness

Today is March 14, or to math nerds, Pi Day.

And since Pi sounds a lot like pie, it's also a great excuse to eat dessert.

And here are my three (I can't suggest a .14 thing) suggestions for three sweet ways to spend your Pi Day.

First: Make a Pi-Shaped Pie! It's very easy, and exceedingly delicious. 

Second: Explore Let Them Eat Pie, an online pie shop which sells adorable pie jars (they're also sold at the Williams-Sonoma Artisan Market!) The baker has passed on a discount code--use code "pi314" (not in quotes) in the checkout, and you'll get 20% off.

Third: Pie It Forward! The new book Pie It Forward: Pies, Tarts, Tortes, Galettes, and Other Pastries Reinvented is a sweet invitation to bake something sweet and pass it on. What will you bake, and for who?

Happy Pi Day!

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Reader Comments (1)

I'm amazed. Everyone is ga ga about cake, cupcakes but no pie. What happened? I bake pies. In fact, I'm starting my pie business "Rollin Out The Dough"...... Everytime I check out any competition, there is very little. Remember the old saying, "easy as pie". Somehow, our society has forgotten about the treasured homemade pie..... Pie people unite. It's National Pi Day...... Made from the Heart of Dixie.......
March 14 | Unregistered CommenterDixie Barker

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