This is the 7th in a series of Pie Camp Stories. MARGARET AND DAVID: A COURTSHIP WITH PIEBefore meeting, pie had a strong place in the lives of both Margaret and David. Margaret’s midwestern childhood was full of the blueberry pies her great-grandmother made, and David’s Pacific Northwest memories included the apple pies made by […]
Pie Camp for Pi Day! As you know, I have been teaching Pie Camp for over eleven years. The many folks who have bellied up to my baking counter, over 4000 now, and the number of pies that have been made by pie campers at camps, not to mention all the ones they make when […]
National Pie Day Dec 1 I know we may just have finished up all the leftover TDay pie, but guess what? Today it’s National Pie Day Dec 1. I know, I know. There are a lot of Pie Days. Today is one of them. Of course, just about every day is Pie Day in my […]
It’s Pi Day Click the picture for a Slice of Pi Day History!
Thank You So, I’m off of Facebook and the support I’ve received from you is absolutely wonderful. Thank you so much for being my virtual community of choice. Is that a thing, or have we just created it? Who knows what we will come up with next, right? Now on to some Pi Day News. […]
Pi Day 2018 Today is one of those crazy days that pie makers celebrate. This one is in honor of the mathematical pi, you know, the number that goes on forever and ever. I was going to make a big fancy pie for today, attempting one of those pie tops that I see in the […]
An Irish Pi Day Tomorrow is Pi Day, a special day that pie makers around the world love to celebrate. This year I decided to celebrate with an Irish Pi Day as Kerrygold had recently sent me a bottle of their Irish Cream Liqueur. (I do love those folks and the occasional treat they send me for using […]