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Make square modular pies to build up your periodic table of elements. This scientific discovery of making mini-pies will revolutionize the way you eat pies like the Munchkins did for donuts.   You can't just eat one.

Note: I did not make the entire known range of elements from the periodic table.  I will leave that to those cookie and cupcake makers who have done this before.

Step 1: Forage like early man...

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Who has time to make stuff from scratch? Gas up that Hummer of yours and get to the mega-mart to shop for your wholey-processed convenience foods. Be prepared to pay more if you want it certified organic. If you really want to do things right, you of course can make your pie dough from scratch and even make fresh pie fruit filling if desired. Just search for the instructables on those topics.

You will need:

Pre-made pie crusts
pie filling in various varieties
an egg to use as a glaze

square or rectangular baking pan
paper cupcake liners

optional for deocration:
grape jelly or food coloring if desired to play around with coloring the pie crust

You can use any kind of pie dish to form and bake in the oven.

CAUTION: Know how to operate your kitchen appliances, be careful with using sharp implements, know how to work with gas, clean up after yourself. If you can't stand the fn heat, get out of the fn kitchen.
 
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lemonie3 years ago

If you didn't do it so often I might say that you never cease to amaze me.
Well-done, this caught my attention because I used to like the pronunciation "per-iodic"

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kelseymh3 years ago
Lovely project! I'm a bit disappointed that your ingredients list didn't call for actual lithium or sulfur for their respective pies :-)
caitlinsdad (author)  kelseymh3 years ago
That Lithium is kinda random and put together with sulfur might raise a stink somewhere.
I resemble that remark.