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Savory pastries - pies, tarts, quiches, tortas and the like - are so inherently appealing that it doesn't really matter what you fill them with.
In conjunction with the Town of Camp Verde's Spring Heritage Pecan and Wine Festival, Fort Verde State Historic Park will host the annual pecan pie contest on Saturday, March 29, at noon.
Most of us consume our pizzas too quickly to truly appreciate their beauty. But one California-based filmmaker and photographer, Jonpaul Douglass , is taking pizza out of the box and into the wilderness of Los Angeles.
Over the years, the Deseret News has amassed a large collection of recipes and delightful dishes in its online archives.
The Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce will host its second annual American Pie competition during Patriots Day weekend, April 11-13.
Joe Sakiyama of Boko Bakery had some fun with special products to celebrate March 14, also known as "Pi Day".
As you know, March 14 is Pi Day and a hallowed San Francisco tradition. We have a civic duty to observe this Mathematical Carnival in the most fitting manner.
March 14th is the celebration of the mathematical number, pi. The infinite number is often shortened to 3.14 so students and mathematicians use the fourteenth day of March to honor it.
Happy Pi Day! Every year, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter is celebrated on the date that comes closest to matching the approximation, March 14. In 2009, the U.S. Congress passed a resolution recognizing Pi Day, with the hope that celebrating would encourage school children to become interested in math and science.
National Pi Day is here and can be celebrated even if you aren't much a fan of math! Pi Day falls on March 14th every year and is a celebration in honor of the mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, also known as 3.14.
Happy Pi Day! Every year on March 14, we celebrate that numerical oddball and mathematical constant otherwise known as 3.14159... Except, we don't, because unless you run in very specific circles, you probably haven't utilized pi since your tenth-grade trigonometry final.
To celebrate, it's only appropriate you eat a slice of dessert reserved by many for the holiday season.
This is a fun day for lovers of pi and pie. 3.14 = March 14, get it? Lovers of math can celebrate with a slice.
Happy National Pi Day ! Yes, that's "Pi" as in 3.14 ad infinitum and not "pie," the tasty baked good.