Pi Day It's Coming Soon!

The Groves at Piney Orchard Blog, Odenton, MD   Pi Day will soon be here! We've got some ideas to share about how to celebrate in our apartment community.

The number π is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter in fact, and approximately equal to 3.14159. Pi Day comes from taking the first three digits, 3.14, and reading them as March 14th. Today, The Groves at Piney Orchard Blog brings you several pie recipes you can make to celebrate at your apartment right here in Odenton, MD!

 

Pie Recipes

 

Pizza Pie — It’s round, right? And you can use pepperoni to create the Pi symbol on the top of it; a perfect way to celebrate the day. Here is a recipe for homemade pizza. (Or head out to your favorite Odenton pizzeria for a pizza pie.)

 

Shepherd Pie — Hey, it’s still a pie, and it makes a tasty dinner, too. Who said pie was only for dessert?

 

Pi Day wouldn’t be complete without a whipped cream confection, and you will go bananas for this, an amazing concoction of bananas, custard, and whipped cream from Taste of Home:

Favorite Banana Cream Pie.

 

This layered cranberry cheesecake pie is a great way to get a taste of cranberry, even if it’s not  Thanksgiving. The crumble topping it is a beautiful and deliciously sweet contrast to the cranberry and lemon flavors in the filling.

 

The other part of observing Pi Day is to include some really bad pie jokes, and we wouldn’t want residents of our apartment community to lose out on that! Here you go!

 

Pie-Themed Jokes

 

The roundest knight at King Arthur’s was Sir Cumference… He ate too much Pi!

What is the official animal of Pi Day?… the PI–thon!

The worst thing about getting hit in the face with pi is that it never ends.

Never talk to pi. He’ll go on forever.

I just saw the movie American Pi. I gave it a rating of 3.14.

 

To learn more about π visit the Pi Day website, it has lots of fascinating information about this fun spring holiday. What kind of pie do you plan on eating on the 14th? Feel free to share the recipe in the comments, and thanks for reading today’s post.

 

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