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Celebrate March with Pi(e)

03/03/2014 @ 11:00pm

Math has never my favorite subject. Honestly, the only way I’ve ever really enjoyed working with fractions is by measuring ingredients in my kitchen. Yet there is a group of math-loving Americans who celebrate Pi Day in commemoration of the mathematical constant of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, known as π (pi), 3.14 or 3/14.

When I think of a circle’s circumference, I think of a pie plate. Pie plates make me think of…

Shepherd’s Pie. Spaghetti PieChicken Pot PieSour Cream Raisin PieQuiche.  Strawberry Cream PieApple PieColorado Peach Pie.

There are just so many ways to enjoy pie! That’s why, at Latham Hi-Tech Seeds, we’ll be celebrating the 14th of March as “Pi(e) Day.” Join our celebration by sharing your favorite pie recipes with us!

Use our NEW recipe submission app on the right hand column of TheFieldPosition.com. Each person, who submits a recipe by March 14(Pi Day), will be entered into a drawing for an autographed copy of Beth Howard’s new cookbook, Ms. American Pie: Buttery Good Pie Recipes and Bold Tales from the American Gothic House. This cookbook is so new that it doesn’t become available until April 1. Get it while it’s hot!

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