Pi Day Pie Recipes Round Up

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It’s Pi Day!  That happy day when bakers and nerds collide!  Fun facts about Pi:

1) Pi is a number with an infinite, nonrepeating number of decimal places.  The first few are 3.1415926535 (which is why, incidentally, March 14, or 3.14 is known as “Pi Day” amongst a small, geeky subset of the population.  And food bloggers.)

2)  The circumference of a circle is calculated by multiplying the radius (halfway across the circle) by 2 and pi (2*pi*r).  Coincidentally, pies are circles, and 2 pie are better than one!

3) The area of a circle is calculated by multiplying the radius by itself and pie, (pi*r squared).  However, we know that in reality, pie are round.  (Except for slab pies).

OK, enough with the corny pie pi jokes.  Pi is cool, and Pie is cool.  Below are a roundup of pie recipes we’ve made at The Domestic Front.  Go bake a pie! It’s Pi Day!

Fresh Fruit Pie Recipes

Plum Pie

Blueberry Corn Pie

Fresh Cranberry Marzipan Pie

Fresh Grape Pie

Peach Almond Slab Pie

Dried and Canned Fruit or Vegetable and Nut Pie Recipes

Maple Walnut Pie

Mince Pies

Perfect Pumpkin Pie

 Fried Dried-Apple Hand Pies

Cream Pie Recipes

Nesselrode Pie

Mini Key Lime Yogurt Pies

Spiced Cocoa Buttermilk Pie

Rice Pudding Pie

Peanut Butter Pie

Savory Pie Recipes

Chicken Cobbler Pot Pie

Chicken Kale Pizza Pie

Corn and Tomato Pie

Supper Onion Pie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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