Picture of PI + PIE GRAPH + PIE
What happens when you put ¨pi¨, ¨pie graph¨and ¨pie¨ together?! 
After lots of brainstorming, I have decide to use pie's closest relative, "tart", to help me realize my idea. 
This is my proposal for this year's Pi Day Pie Challenge. 

I have chosen chocolate pastry cream instead of the classic vanilla flavor to match the color tone of the fruits. And I found the cape gooseberry makes an excellent highlight amongst the other berries (strawberry, raspberry, blueberry and pomegranate). I can also see the possibility of trying many combinations with different fruits.

As I am not a super experienced baker, I have sourced the recipes of the crust and filling from my favorite food blog: Serious Eats! I found the recipes very well written, not to mention a bonus slide show that explains the steps in detail. That´s why I have illustrated a representation of the web page instead of repeating the actual recipes.

After many hours of planning, baking, drawing and photographing, here is the result...


Step 1: PI + PIE GRAPH + PIE

Picture of PI + PIE GRAPH + PIE
JesusG33k3 months ago

3.14159265358 far as I remember.

I love the creative Pics + your very interesting and tasty point of view!
jennnyt (author) 3 years ago
Thank you everyone for your kind words!
agis683 years ago
the most beautiful and tasteful i presume pie.....and the winner for competintion!!!

good luk.....5/5*
wow, i love this, well done :)
could be helpful for large families who have pie filling disagreements
I love the whole comic book narrative, go Jenny!
Bom6at3 years ago
Bonus points for the use of cape gooseberries! Good on ya! I love them and it's a shame they're not more commonly found in stores here.
I love it! So beautifully presented!
Me too. Very pretty.
jennnyt (author)  Penolopy Bulnick3 years ago
Thank you very much!!
It's my first "instructable", so glad to know you like it! : )
Lindie3 years ago
Excellent! Love the instructions and the project!
Very good! The title photo is so sharp and enticing, I want to take a bite of the screen.
This is one of the best Instructables I've seen yet. A great end result documented and presented in lovely fashion. You should be proud of this one.