You can even use a Raspberry Pi to calculate Pi by utilizing the excellent MIT instructional program Scratch.
So, in honor of Pi Day...we bring you...the Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi, made from phyllo dough, a raspberry cream custard, and a kiwifruit coulis. Here's how we did it:
Step 1: Creating a model
Step 2: Creating the filling and preparing the pastry
12 oz raspberries (fresh are better, but you can use frozen)
4 oz cream cheese (we use Neufchatel)
1/3 cup vanilla sugar
3 tbsp Wondra flour
Blend together the egg, cream cheese, vanilla sugar and flour. Add the raspberries, mashing them slightly to release their juice. Set aside in the refrigerator until ready to use.
1 package "thick" phyllo dough
2 tsp flour
2 tbsp water
We created a lego "mold" to make sure our toaster pastries were the right size. Each pastry used 1 1/2 full sheets of phyllo, each sheet divided in half.