Japanese Fruit Pi R^2

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Introduction: Japanese Fruit Pi R^2

About: Carpe diem non socolate.

Just got this recipe from a friend and made it for the first time. Since there isn't a need for a top crust I thought I would make it a square pie and add the "C =" for the formula circumference = pi r^2. Get it? With a little bad english you get pi are square....uh I know its cheesy.

MY FIRST INSTRUCTABLE!

Step 1: All You Need Is....

SOFTWARE

1/2 cup melted butter
1/2 cup raisins (I like golden)
1/2 cup pecans (chopped)
1/2 cup coconut
2 eggs
1 tsp vanilla x
1 cup sugar
pie crust (homemade or box)

HARDWARE

1 mixing bowl
1 9" pie pan
1 spatula

Step 2: Making Pie

MIX IT UP

1. Place the crust in the pie plate.

2. Add all the ingredients to the bowl and stir.

3.  Pour mix into pie crust.

4. Bake at 350 for 40 - 45 minutes on the middle rack.

C =

While the pie is baking I pressed two cups into the dough in order to make the C and then i used a knife to cut out the "equals" sign. After the pie is done I baked the "C=" sepertatly for 15 minutes and placed it on top of the pie.

Let the pie cool for about an hour. It is best served warm. 

Step 3: Eat It

Yummmmmmm

And now you have C = TTr^2

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    7 Comments

    This sounds delicious! Definitely going on the to try list. Thanks for sharing, and good luck on the contest!

    This is the most coolest pie EVER!!!!!!! AWESOME!!!!!!

    I guess I will go have a slice of my japanesse, I mean humble pie....

    ...not to be a stickler, but A = pi * r^2, and C = 2 * pi * r...man, I remember back in grade school math, every one of my teachers gave that terrible pun...

    Algebra aside, this does look delicious...pecan pie is my favorite!

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    last time i check my formula on wikipedia....ehh back to the drawing board...

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