By Xeni Jardin at 10:39 am Thu, Mar 14, 2013
A mathematically bountiful Pi Day to you. Miles OBrien forwards this snapshot, taken just now in the PBS NewsHour kitchen by Colleen Shalby. Rebecca Jacobson baked them. I'm sure they're π-licious.
I count that as 4*pi of pi pie, near January 26.
Hmmm…good point. I was seeing it as 2pi, making it actually tau.
I really hope that, as it appears, one of those is raspberry pi…
Indeed! And delicious.
It’s partially raspberry. It’s raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, and strawberry.
Nice mix! Ever tried a blueberry & peach pie? — much yummm.
How come there are only 2 pies there in that pic? What is this, rounded-down e day or Feigenbaum’s day or something?
Mark your calendars for March,2014= Month of Pi(e)!
I’m always surprised by Pi day being 14th March. I always expect it to be 22nd September, 22/7.
I assume Pi Day originated in the US, where we record dates as Month/Day, instead of the other way around (like the rest of the world).
22nd of July is the alternative pi day for the day/month/year parts of the world.
I cheated: our blueberry pie had the pi cut out….it was the vent hole in the crust. Easy peasy.
I wonder if they had any steak and kidney pee.
Going for an English.
I brought this to work yesterday
I want full nerd cred for making a raspberry pi… http://www.lazybundt.com/blog/2013/3/8/pie-day
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