Happy 3.14, or Pi Day! While some people observe the mathematical holiday with secret handshakes or memorization competitions, we couldn't think of a better way than by rounding up our best pie recipes. All of the desserts are different but delicious in their own right — click on to choose which celebratory pie you'll be making tonight.
Did you know that March 14 (3.14) is National Pi Day? First found by San Francisco Exploratorium physicist and “Prince of Pi” Larry Shaw 25 years ago, this holiday is celebrated by number lovers all over the world. Get festive on this geekiest of days by checking out these fun pi products. From a polished pi flask to a cheeky pi pie pan (ha!), here are 10 great items to help you get in the mathematical spirit.
It's Pi Day, and the obvious way to celebrate would be to bake up a sweet pie of your liking and devour away. But we like to think outside the box. We also really like pizza. Today, we think you should celebrate 3/14 with a savory pizza pie, so we've rounded up some of our favorite recipes for you. From a St. Patrick's Day corned beef and cabbage pizza to Wolfgang Puck's smoked salmon pizza, click through to find a pie that will tickle your taste buds.
Do you know what day it is? Mar. 14 is National Pi Day — not only does 3/14 correspond to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter (3.1415926535. . .), but it gives us geeks another excuse to party! Are you in?
I've got a few ways that you can commemorate the date by throwing your own Pi Day party at home. Find out more after the break.
This Sunday isn't just daylight savings; it also marks the end of British Pie Week, and just so happens to be 3.14, or Pi Day! Rather than overload you with a bunch of saccharine pies, I thought I'd inspire you with a collection of sugar-free selections — some inspired by the cuisine of Great Britain, and others just downright unconventional, but all worth savoring. From steak and ale pie to barbecue chili pie, catch them all when you keep clicking.
It's March 14, and any good geek knows what that means: It's Pi Day!
Yep, 3/14 corresponds to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter (3.1415926535. . .).
If you're celebrating today (and why wouldn't you be?) then I've got the perfect way to celebrate: ThinkGeek's Pi-Tini!
Featured with their awesome Pi Ice Cube Trays ($9), it's the perfect cocktail recipe for the Pi-loving (and of age) geek!
Do you celebrate Pi Day? Tell me how you do in the comments!
Party on geeks, it's March 14, which means it's 3.14159. . . Pi Day! Yes, it's the perfect day for math enthusiasts to take part in fun activities and celebrate this never ending number!
I suggest doing a Pi mile run, singing the Pi day song and eating lots of delicious "pies." I've included some fun Pi products for your viewing pleasure below, and be sure to head on over to YumSugar to check out lots of delicious Pi Day baking goodies! Happy Pi Day!
It's March 14, better known as 3.14, or Pi Day. I wish it was pie day, but we'll take what we can get.
My gal geeksugar has rounded up a load of Pi Day paraphernalia, however I've found a few treats to inspire you in the kitchen. So for those of you geeky enough to get it, I present to you the Pi Pie. Created by Flickr member megpi, this awesome pie has the pi symbol cut into the middle and the numbers going around the outside. It's so clever, I'm bummed I didn't come up with myself!
The only thing that would make this pie better is if it was served in this Pi Dish ($24.95). This pi dish is trimmed with the first few dozen digits of pi, and would make any geeky baker's day.
One more fun Pi Day item, check it out when you read more