This in not a question anymore.

Here is my version of π or pie, however you call it. Not only it looks interesting, but is is amazingly delicious! You can expand your imagination and create beutiful and unusual engravings as I did. It is simple and you will like it! I am sure. 

So what about π? How do you mix maths with cherrys, jam and dough? Hmm ... sounds awkward indeed. The ratio of any circle's circumference to its diameter .... π = 3.141592653..... wait wait ... you put it in the oven and then eat it?! I am confused now.

Ok, let me explain this to you just follow the steps and you will get the idea.

Step 1: Ingredients

Picture of Ingredients
To make the π you need:

For the crust:
For the filling:
  • A jar of fruit compote - any fruit will work, so it is your choice
Tools you need for the overall process:
  • Food processor, dough cutter, or fork & knife
  • Kitchen alluminium foil 
  • Rolling pin
  • Soldering iron for the ingraving
vikingmurg1 year ago

I made it but im too lazy to upload pics...

it looks exactly like yours too!

Did you see you are famous?

http://blog.hgtv.com/design/2014/03/14/3-14-ways-t... I don't trust the link embeding.

Ladies and Gents!! I think we have just seen the likely winner of the pi day pie contest!!!!

hertzgamma (author)  Zorro Anno Domini1 year ago

Hello, Thanks!

I won the contest with this pie two years ago!

Greenman21 year ago
Very clever
Mielameri1 year ago
Wow...looks amazing :)!
thehbird1 year ago

OMG it's pie!!! I always said there should be a pie pie!

This pie is just so spot on! I love it! It is like to perfect to be real :D

mantonova3 years ago
Аз гласувам за това ;D
hertzgamma (author) 3 years ago
mistyp3 years ago
This was a very precise job! The engraving is such a neat idea. And I did like step 3's title :-) Thanks for sharing, and good luck on the contest!
hertzgamma (author)  mistyp3 years ago
Thank you so much! I'm glad you noticed step 3's title ;)
Gregbot3 years ago
yummy... Pi tart!