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The two past weeks have been total back to back charette weeks. I started working at Bluestone Lane as a barista trainee / cashier / avocado toast maker ...

Have you ever heard about Pi Day? Pi Day is celebrated around the world on March 14th and every year I want to bake a PIE!

Click here for a link to where all these pies live in one humble place and if you feel like it, you can also navigate through the other foodie pins I have ...

Apple Pie: Our friend Mike wanted to contribute so he made his first pie also. He made an apple pie decorated with pi's equation for an area of a circle and ...

The two past weeks have been total back to back charette weeks. I started working at Bluestone Lane as a barista trainee / cashier / avocado toast maker ...

Today is 'Pi Day' or 3.14, a fun play on the date that a few of my (geek) Facebook readers pointed out last week. It just so happens that I've been meaning ...

I've tried to make macaroons using the almond meal as is, and it didn't work. Too chunky. Gross. But, I had a solution for that! Last year in Bali, ...

This week's installment is actually one that I've been wanting to do for awhile. Did you know that this Wednesday is Pi Day? You know, mathematically 3.14 ...

Well now....this pecan pie is embarrassingly overdue since I made this pie for pi day. Which was in March. Oops?

Looking for a fun and simple Pi Day Activity for kids of all ages? Celebrate an excitement for math with this Pi Day Craft for kids!

... your hands on a hot summer day, this was a pie for me. It was also the perfect pie that I just knew would be worth using the bulk of my frozen peaches.

It's Pi Day! You know, the day everyone eats pie because it's March 14, which is 3.14, which is pi. Originally, I was intending to make a lemon meringue pie ...

... have a lot of work to do. So, when I arrived on campus, I was pleased to see that some helpful hackers had the delivery drones already warmed up for us.

Perhaps the greatest highlight of the day was finally meeting Bob Palais, author of the original “π Is Wrong!” article that planted the seed for The Tau ...