Tuesday, March 20, 2018

T Stands for Pi Day Apple Pie


To celebrate Pi Day on March 14, I baked an apple pie. Himself's favorite pie. For the steam vent, I cut the symbol for Pi. Apples used were McIntosh and Granny Smith apples. The pie crust was courtesy of the Dough Boy. Next to the pie is my evening cuppa. Himself had a glass of milk.

Did you celebrate Pi Day?

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37 comments:

  1. Zhat apple pie looks VERY yummy. I didn't celebrate pi day but it's a great idea if you get to eat pie! Off to the dentist now! Happy T Day, hugs, valerie

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    1. Which reminds me I'm over due for the dentist.

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  2. Yum. Apple pie and vanilla ice cream would taste good for breakfast today. I like your steam vent. No Pie for us on pi day this year. But your pie is making me think we should have had some. :) Happy T day CJ. Hugs-Erika

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    1. Too bad the apple pie is all gone. We didn't have vanilla ice cream just whipped topping. The Pi Day celebration started when the girlies were little, and I've just kept it up.

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  3. Your pie looks so scrummy! I love how you used the Pi symbol too, so clever 😁. We didn't celebrate, maybe we will next year though, such fun! Thanks for sharing and wishing you a Happy T Day! J 😊

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    1. in a house full of Geeks, we always celebrate the Geek holidays

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  4. I always forget about Pi day was never sure if it was for pie or Pi haha Your pie looks delicious-I need to make one as I have the apples I may just do that today
    Happy T Day Kathy

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    1. Pi as in 3.14159... celebrated on 3/14, March 14 which also happens to be Einstein's birthday and will be the anniversary of Stephen Hawking's passing as he passed away on 3/14/2018

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  5. I didn't know about Pi day, but the apple pie you baked looked delicious.
    Happy T day wishes.
    Yvonne xx

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    1. Live in a house full of Geeks and they won't let you forget the Geek holidays :-D

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  6. I am having a terrible week. I can’t stop coughing, my internet keeps going offline, and my keyboard works about half the time.

    I realize I’m not a very good host, but want to thank you for sharing T with us this Tuesday. Happy Vernal Equinox, too.

    YES, I am a math geek and am saddened by Hawking's death. Such a great thinker and innovator. I've even read his T O E.

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    1. Poor you. I hope you feel better soon and your keyboard and Internet behave. Happy First Day of Spring!

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  7. Love how you used the PI symbol on your pie:) Don't celebrate nor do I remember much about it. Good excuse to make a yummy pie though:) Happy T day!

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    1. Yup, any excuse works to bake a pie. :-D

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  8. Your "PI" looks fantastic ! I would love to take a slice of it!
    Happy T-Day!
    oxo Susi

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    1. Plenty of virtual pie left. Help yourself!

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  9. Apple's my favorite pie too. Yours looks very cool, CJ. I sort of celebrated Pi Day. I read about if on other T-lady blogs - lol.

    Happy T-day! Hugs, Eileen

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    1. It's a fun holiday. No gifts. Just round food.
      :-D

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  10. The Dough Boy crust looks wonderful. What a great idea for the air vent:)
    I love pie....

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    1. That Dough Boy makes a pretty mean crust. =^,.^=

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  11. We usually have fruit pie for Pi Day, but this year we had pizza pie. We do get a kick out of the off-beat days. Today, for example, is Alien Abduction Day lol Hide! You know that never ends well ;)

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    1. I didn't know about Alien Abduction Day. Too fun!

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    2. Honestly, I think there's a "day" for every day of the year lol

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    1. It looked good and tasted even better.

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  13. I don't celebrate Pie day but my hubby always mentions it as he is a engineer and all about math. Your pie looks amazing! I LOVE apple pie!
    Happy Tea Day,
    Kate

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    1. Maybe next March 14th you could surprise your hubby.

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  14. oh my, what a delicious looking pie!! thanks for sharing...cute pie vents! happy belated T day!

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    1. I was happy the Pi pie vents worked out.

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  15. Now that's a great looking "PI" For spme reason I baked brownies that day :)
    Thanks for stopping by my blog! It's still too cold to plant the garden yet but starting the seeds in their "mini green houses" gives them a great head start and keeps my windows clear for the cats to set and watch the birds outside.
    Happy Late T Day!
    Carol

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    1. With so much snow still on the ground, I'm wondering whether I should start my seeds yet

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  16. Did you save me a piece CJ??? Looks so good! Clever way to celebrate!

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  17. This looks good and made me smile! As you can see I am trying to catch up with T posts! Belated Happy T Day! Chrisx

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