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I love delicious food. I love ridiculous themes. I love math. So, Pi day, a holiday celebrated around the world by nerds and math teachers, holds a special ...
Start out with a normal pie crust...
Next, layer 3 apples (465 grams) [For all of these steps, I coated all of the fruits with a cinnamon and sugar. It was about a cup of ...
Add in a second layer of crust
14 strawberries (302 grams)
One rasin (one gram) [My camera was having technical difficulties, but, believe me, there is one raisin there]
Add five more apples (776 grams)
92 blueberries (116 grams)
Six more strawberries (75 grams)
Five pieces of rhubarb (191 grams)
Cook for about 45 minutes
3 (apples) [crust] 14 (strawberries) 1 (raisin) 5 (apples) 92 (blueberries) 6 (strawberries) 5 (pieces of rhubarb) or 3.14159265… But wait, there’s more! Instead of talking about number ...
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