Happy Pi Day!

Friday March 14, 2008 @ 10:30 PM (UTC)

Celebrating the punniest way we know how:

Maple custard pie

Maple Custard Pie, from page 368 of Ken Haedrich’s Pie: 300 Tried-And-True Recipes for Delicious Homemade Pie (book from sister sledge, choice by Ryan.)


Well that looks right tasty-like. You figure I could make a pie today & chalk it up to a rounding error?

(Caused by a leprechaun?)

Leprechauns are into rounding errors now? Man, they’ve gone corporate. When I was dungeon-raiding, they just stole your gold and teleported away.

You can of course make a pie today. But I recommend making a green one or someone might pinch it.

That pie looks absolutely delicious. How did you like it? I’m fwding to my foodie friend forthwith. I now command you to produce pie when you come to Moldopolis. Luckily, Mom just bought me a Pyrex pie pan. Oh, the humanity when Grandma discovered I’d ditched all mine. Oh, the humanity when the pie she made in the deep-dish ceramic W-S pie pan did not set up correctly (BUT WAS STILL DELICIOUS!) Mom also bought me eight teeny tiny “juice glasses” and twelve teaspoons. The shortcomings of my kitchen have now been rectified! btw I only took two of the juice glasses home—shelf space in kitchen is at a premium.

Only just found this comment, which explains how I escaped making a pie while visiting sister sledge.

I dredge up this ancient history to inform you: that pie was delicious.

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