Pies make Pi Day (3/14) infinitely better, no matter if you’re feasting on lemon meringue or coconut cream.
Celebrate Pi Day With Our Favorite Pie Tips
Ah, Pi Day. A day that combines two things I love in theory but have more trouble with than I’d like to admit—baking and math. Oddly, I got into cooking by baking pies to help deal with the stress of taking calculus in college, and clearly one stuck a little more than the other. (Hint: My life no longer requires calculus.)
What is Pi? And where did pie come from? And who mashed them together for Pi Day?
Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 with pie making contests, eating, pizza, and other activities. The holiday honors the mathematical constant involving circles discovered by Archimedes & baking food, desserts.
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DIY Pi Day Skyline!
Celebrate National Pi Day with this colorful Skyline Graphing Craft! Grab some water colors and a Pi chart and see what city-scape you create!