PIE!!!!!!

What is your favorite flavor of pie?

Posted by grundisimo 9 years ago


Pie is not cake

Nor is cake pie. Discuss.

Posted by turkey tek 10 years ago


Pie Contest

Hello My entry to the pie contest has been listed three times. I think it should only be listed once. Thank You

Posted by Montrose 7 years ago


The Filling or the Crust? We need your opinions!

Recent pie-related activities at Instructables HQ have incited the following question: Which do you prefer - the filling or the crust?I'm a crust girl myself, but recognize that is not the way of the world. Do you think there are cultural differences? Geographic preferences? Or perhaps just an early distaste for meringue that set me on the wrong path for life?Voice your opinions here and let the world know how you feel about pie!

Posted by scoochmaroo 9 years ago


Voting?

Does anyone know why it seems that we can't vote for pies?

Posted by Jake-off 10 years ago


Pies!!!!!!!!!!!!

I LOVELOVELOVELOVE PIE!!!! Who here likes pie? Come on, you pie lovers!! Tell us all about your pie fantasies! Is your wife a Pie? Do you date a pie? Are you in love with a pie? Do you live in PIELAND? Tell us all your pie gibberish! P.S: NO ONE WILL BEAT MUH LOVE FOR PIE!!!! NO ONE!!!!!

Posted by Camisado 10 years ago


Pie Pops

LINK > Pie Pops They're pies on the end of a stick! And here's the Instructable

Posted by lemonie 9 years ago


Pi day pie challenge question

Is this contest limited to edible, food base pies or can you make a pie from some other material, like say for example a felt, yarn or clay pie.

Posted by ChrysN 6 years ago


Pie Contest Winners

Instructables is happy to announce the winners of the Pie Contest!Dozens of tasty pies were submitted and many different pie-making methods were shown. After all of the pies were submitted, six winners were determined solely by user votes and one was selected by Instructables staff. Even though other pies may not have won a prize, several are worth checking out on the contest page.For all those who entered, and those who wanted to enter, we will be having more cooking contests in the future so stay tuned. There will be more chances to show off your skills in the kitchen.And now, on with the winners!UPDATED: One new winner to reward original content. Second Prize The authors of these Instructables will each receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt. Perfect Peach Pie Pretzel Pie Homemade Strawberry Rhubarb pie Delicious Apple Pie Stix Book Prize The authors of these Instructables will each receive a hardcover copy of The Pie and Pastry Bible and an Instructables Robot t-shirt. Top Votes Judges Prize How To Make A Vampie by thegirlwithacurl Cheesecake by hitokiri_808 Blueberry And Apricot Pie In A Skillet!! by Forkable

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Favourite pies!

What is your favourite pie? post it in comments and vote for any pie you choose! on december 31st, i will count the votes up and that will be the all hailing ultimate pie!And for those who speak pie speak:WHATISYOURFAVOURITEPIE?POSTITINCOMMENTSANDVOTEFORANYPIEYOUCHOOSE!ONDECEMBER31STIWILLCOUNTTHEVOTESUPANDTHATWILLBETHEULTIMATEPIE!

Posted by The Jamalam 9 years ago


Are you excited about the pie contest?

I am! This week on my blog Forkable I will be posting my entries as well as highlighting my favorite instructables from the competition! Lets eat pie!

Posted by Forkable 10 years ago


Branson, MO's Great American Pie Show

Do you make a great pie? Branson, Missouri, is hosting a big, new pie recipe contest. The Great American Pie Show will be held April 24-25, 2009 in conjunction with two Taste of Home Cooking Schools scheduled in Branson on those days! Your favorite pie recipe could win you one of several prizes, including a first prize of $2,500 cash, plus a trip for two to Branson for a fun vacation. Great American Pie Show finalists will be invited to come to Branson on April 24 and 25, when their pies will be judged. Winners will be announced at Taste of Home Cooking Schools. To add more fun and excitement, Al Roker of NBC’s Today show will be a celebrity judge for the Pie Show! You can enter in any of four pie categories—Fruit, Nuts, Refrigerator/freezer and Pudding/cream/custard. The link below will take you to details, rules and the easy entry form. Good luck! Great American Pie Show www.explorebranson.com

Posted by bransoncvb 9 years ago


Enter the 2010 Pi Day Bake Off

Serious Eats and ScienceBlogs team up to host another annual Pi Day Pie Bake Off, and you can win! Just make your favorite pie, take an awesome picture of it, and send in the photo and recipe for your chance to win $314.  Last year's winner?  Spicy Pi Bacon Squared Official rules and details here.

Posted by scoochmaroo 8 years ago


The Pies I Ate This Thanksgiving

Check out these pies I ate yesterday for Thanksgiving! We had an entire table stocked with desserts, and among them, these were the best:My Pumpkin Pie (still holds the record for world's best and smoothest pie)Apple Pie with Apple Logo baked by the Evil Mad Scientists themselves. More later, once we've organized the pictures.

Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago


Fun Facts about Pi Day

The Pi Day Pie Contest is open until March 31st. Share a pie recipe to win a stand mixer. There's even a special judge's prize for the best pi-themed decoration. This year's Pi Day is special, because it's Pi Day ALL MONTH LONG. The third month of the fourteenth year (3/14) lasts for the duration of March, and it won't happen again for another hundred years. So get baking! Some miscellaneous Pi facts: (1) Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Pie is a baked dish made of sweet or savory filling wrapped in pastry dough. They are often, but not always, circular. Expressed in terms of pie, π is the ratio of the diameter of the pan to the length of the crust. (2) Pi didn’t always have a name, much less a sweet Greek letter of its own. Contemporary use of the π symbol is thanks to mathematician William Jones, who in 1706 proposed using the letter p to indicate perimeter. Leonhard Euler, the same guy who brought you functional notation in the form of f(x), popularized π by including it in his work around 1737. Euler is responsible for many of the letters that bedevil beginning algebra students: i for the square root of -1, e for the base of the natural logarithm, and much of the notation for trigonometric functions. There is a Wikipedia page devoted to the list of things named after him, and it is enough to make an English major blanche in terror. (3) Pi Day is officially a thing, at least in the United States. In 2009, House Resolution 224 officially recognized Pi Day as a holiday on March 14th. Presumably as a kick in the pants for the education system, not as a literal example of political pork. Resolved, That the House of Representatives-- (1) supports the designation of a `Pi Day' and its celebration around the world; (2) recognizes the continuing importance of National Science Foundation's math and science education programs; and (3) encourages schools and educators to observe the day with appropriate activities that teach students about Pi and engage them about the study of mathematics. (4) Pi is vaguely described in 1 Kings 7:23-26 in the King James version of the Bible. Solomon's pool should probably have been 31.4 cubits around, but he deserves some credit for getting pretty dang close. (5) Pie Day is on January 23rd, according to the American Pie Council, but they're still cool with celebrating Pi Day with pies.

Posted by wilgubeast 4 years ago


(newsletter) Kilo-Lumen Bike Light, Sparkleball, Amazing Pumpkin Pie...

Nov 26, 2008 Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup1","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); } Welcome back! Making something sweet for the holidays? Then enter it in the Holiday Treats Contest and win a custom laser-etched rolling pin! Show us your best creation powered by AA, AAA, C, or D batteries and win a full set of eneloop rechargeable batteries in the SANYO eneloop Battery Powered Contest! Color a robot and send it in to help us decorate Eric's office!Coming very soon... our biggest contest yet! Any project using tools will be eligible, so start tinkering now! (no-melt) Sparkleball by sparkleball_lady Perfect Oven Sweet Potato Fries by jessyratfink Cook a Huge Dinner w/ Spreadsheets by canida Kilo-Lumen bike headlight by kc6qhp Win a sweet set of rechargeable batteries! Win a custom laser-engravedrolling pin! Homemade Flavored Marshmallows by cainunable Build a Greenhouse for under $25 by PondPlantGirl Turn a Photo into a Stencil! by Weissensteinburg Amazingly Smooth Pumpkin Pie by ewilhelm "Dead" Battery Lamp by zjharva Arduino Controlled Servo Robot by Stuart.Mcfarlan Modular Pie-cosahedron by turkey tek Bicycle Oil Lantern by alpacalypse Make a gift special with these customizable Instructables Vote for your favorites! How to make Soft Drinks by SFHandyman Bench Saw Table for a Wood Lathe by Phil B Cranberry Relish by LasVegas Hard Drive Persistence of Vision by vishnubob Now go make something awesome, and I'll see you next week! - Eric Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup2","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); }

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


Recipes

A recipe was posted on my FB today for Bacon and Egg Brunch PIe here is the link, https://www.instructables.com/id/Bacon-and-Egg-Pie/ but clicking on the pdf does not have the recipe come up thanks

Posted by porkysgirl 6 years ago


Happy ThanksGiving everyone.

Happy Thanksgiving.  On the 25th I made an apple pie with a crumb top and on the 26th I'll make a green bean casserole and mashed potatoes. My dad will make the turkey and he also made Crab Dip-it and a Pumpkin pie. The day a lot of the fat americans gorge themselves half to death, and the rest also gorge themselves, just not as much. Remember: "Don't panic! It's organic." And, "Make your Plastic Fantastic."

Posted by Yerboogieman 8 years ago


HELP!!!

Hi!  I need more votes for the Whoopie Pie Mocktail! It's currently entered in the Homebrew and Cocktails competition. I would love to win this contest!!! I would love a kindle fire!!!! Please vote for me!!!!    (Just click any of these words!!!) FrecklesMagee

Posted by FrecklesMagee 4 years ago


5-Minute Pie, Arduino Ethernet Board, Home Cooling

5-Minute Pie Arduino Ethernet Board Home Cooling Permanently Set Etch A Sketch Simple Marx Generator Interview: "Predators" Model Maker Lemon Juice Highlights Crystal Clear Ice Wooden PC Case LED Projects Cork iPad Sleeve Seasonal Blueberry Cake Indoor Bike Rack Etching Aluminum Stripe Your Lawn

Posted by randofo 7 years ago


Mysterious Pro Members???

 For a little while now, I have been questioning one thing: "Why are there so many new Pro Members that never even do anything on Instructables?" When you go on the home page, at the right side directly above the contests, you will see that the website shows new Pro Members. The odd bit about it is that when you click on some of their profiles, you will see that most of them haven't done anything on Instructables at all. Wouldn't one of them at least have made a comment, or asked a question? I'm now wondering if the owners of Instructables are making Instructables Pro Members on purpose, trying to convince the others that if so many people already went Pro, maybe they should too. If this is true, they wouldn't lose money, because if they are making the "Fake Members", their money goes right back to them. Leave a comment on what you think, or if you have an answer, please tell us all.

Posted by zascecs 8 years ago


Experimental Cooking

To break in the forum - I'm thinking of making a Dorito and Onion Pot Pie. Fun? YES. Delicious? Hard to say...

Posted by jerbtown 11 years ago


Who here goes to or has gone to CTY?

Do any instructables members go or have gone to CTY? If so, what site? list of things that go on... American Pie Frisbees confiscated 7 hours a day in class during the summer illegal sleepovers lanyard swinging cross-dress day

Posted by starwing123 9 years ago


Microscope buying help?

I'm planning on buying a compound microscope and can't decide on some stuff either because  I'm a total n00b or I am a n00b. well, here they are: what eyepiece will i buy? 10 or 15x? will i buy the one with built in light or get the one with the mirror? will i get an iris style diaphragm or regular diaphragm (the one with holes) do you like pie or not? (I do) yeah, please answer in order, need answers before tuesday, 0200HRS UTC ok? thanks i'll tell you the results of what i bought after i buy it

Posted by beehard44 7 years ago


3D Spherical Display, Tailgate Hot Tub, Turkey Recipe

3D Spherical Display Tailgate Hot Tub Ultimate Turkey Recipe Modular Pie Cosahedron 4-Minute Chocolate Mousse How to Microwave Corn Award-Winning Pumpkin Pie Homemade Pie Crust Easy Knit Hat Pattern Make Infused Oil Classic Gravy Recipe Blinking Bicyclist Armband Turn a Belt Into a Pen Mysterious Ring Magic Trick Installing Chair Rail Make a Backyard Path Arduino Music Responsive Light Instructables.com - 82 2nd St. - San Francisco, CA

Posted by randofo 7 years ago


newsletter Steampunk Rifle, Printing Press, Drainage Luge...

Aug 7, 2008 Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup1","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); } Welcome back! The Horny Toad Invent-a-Sport Contest closes this weekend! Submit your crazy new sport now to win hundreds of dollars of clothes from Horny Toad.Also closing this weekend: voting for the Instructables Book Contest. Help choose what Instructables get mentioned in the book!Everyone loves pie! Enter our Pie Contest, share your favorite recipe, and win an excellent pie cookbook to help you get your just desserts Build a 4 Color T-Shirt Printing Press by Progfellow Drainage Luge by pbshoe Quickly Multiply, Wooden Style by joshf Steampunk Dystopian Sniper Rifle by gmjhowe 4 Uses for a CD Spindle by msolek Magnetic stripe card spoofer by powerpants Skateboard Frame by ryry Self Watering Mini Garden by RomanH Make an Instructables Robot Plushie! by jessyratfink DIY Bike Panniers by trebuchet03 Portable Solar Energy Generator by charlitron Perfect Peach Pie by linuxmom Voting closes this weekend! Top 10 new uses for LEDs Mmm... pie The ultimate workbench top! by poptones How to Make a Pie... That Turns into a Cake by locodiego Homemade Spot Welder by jds1969 Breathalyzer Microphone by randofo Now go make something awesome, and I'll see you next week! - Eric Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup2","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); }

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


The Serious Eats Pi Day Pie Contest is launching soon!

We've partnered with Serious Eats again for our yearly Pi Day contest. It'll be open for entries March 4th through 18th, but we wanted to give you guys a heads up before it launches! Get brainstorming! You could win a new iPad or a fantastic baking prize package from King Arthur Flour. Click here to get a sneak peek of the contest before it opens! P.S. - Make sure not to publish your awesome pies before before March 4th! They have to be published March 4th or after to be eligible. :D

Posted by jessyratfink 5 years ago


Instructables Pizza Off 2008

I turned 25 this past week and celebrated my Birthday by organizing something that I've wanted to do for a long long time - a Pizza Off! A Pizza Off is an event where the participants order as many pizza pies as possible from as many different pizzerias as possible, bring them all to a central location at the same time, (Instructables HQ of course) and then eat them all and test which ones they like best! It's not something that you can do on your own, do to limitations of space, time and belly, so I was grateful when the entire Squid Labs community decided that this sounded like an awesome idea to them as well.The rules were simple (taken from the original email announcement):You must bring a pie with you. Think of it as a ticket for entry - if you plan on partaking, you've got to have a pie. We (as in the royal I) will allow sharing of one pie per two people. Ideally each person would bring their own pie, but I'm no tyrant.Your pizza must be from your favorite SF pizza joint. The pie you bring says something about who you are, so drive the extra mile to the place that's a little further, but twice as good. Each and every person in this building is beautiful, and your pizza should be too.You and your pie must arrive promptly at Instructables HQ at 1:00.You can bring whatever type of pizza you like, from whatever pizza joint you think is best. Ideally we'd all get plain cheese pies so we could truly compare, but if you've got to have something fancy on your pie, rock out.This event is all about two things: pizza and excess, so if you're thinking, oh I don't really need to bring a pie, it will be too much food...I'll just eat some pizza and stand around the table - you're wrong. This event only works if we hit critical pizza mass, so I'm counting on each and every one of you to help.When Tuesday rolled around, we ended up having 15 different pies from 13 different pizzerias! There were gourmet pizza pies from local worker owned bakery Arizmendi, traditional Italian cheese pies from North Beach, deep dish pies from San Francisco and East Bay favorite Zachary's, thin crust brick oven pies from Pizzeria Delfina and even Indian food pizza - which actually turned out to be an awesome flavor explosion!I almost made it "round the pizza world", but then some late entries showed up and the crusts caught up with me. There was a huge happy turnout, plenty of ravenous mouths, delicious pizza of all kinds and we all lived to tell the story of the first ever Pizza Off - all in all I'd call it a huge success!For anyone who doesn't already know, I love NY style pizza, and in my opinion, the best NY slices in San Francisco are from Arinell's on Valencia, so that's where I got my pie from. Everyone had their own favorites though, so I won't presume to report on any definitive results from the testing. I will say though that there's a pizza type for everyone, and I am never ceased to be amazed by the magic and wonder of Pizza.We're planning on having future Food Offs testing out other ubiquitous tasty foods. Some of the first things that I'd like to test are:Pad ThaiEgg RollsPhoBurgersIce CreamCoffeeRibsBurritosTacosAnyone else ever do anything like this? Find 15 friends who are as crazed about food as you are and make it happen!

Posted by noahw 10 years ago


Pi Day Contest Vote not listed on Instrcutabe

I entered my "Pie-Eyed Pulled Pork" instructable in for the pi contest and the epilogue contest. The voting for both is going on now, but when you click on my instructable, only the voting for the epilogue contest comes up. I'd rather have the pie contest vote linked on this page. I just added it to the epilogue laser one because it was eligible. Can you fix this??  This is very time sensitive

Posted by Forkable 7 years ago


Ireland

Seeing as how i live in Ireland, im not too clued in to what thanks giving is all about. i have seen it on tv and films and stuff but i dont understand it as well as some other people, mostly americans. could someone state when exactly it takes place? maybe ill post an instructable for some nice kind of pie or something. but im at the disadvantage of not knowing what constitutes a thanksgiving pie. well in any case have a nice thanks giving!

Posted by irish boy 11 years ago


why my instructable not included in this contest.

I posted a instructable (how to make a pumpkin pie) on 01 August 2008. submitted it for contest but it is not listed in the contest. what is the reason.

Posted by shm 10 years ago


Fake It, Don't Make It Recipe Contest Winners Announced

Real Simple magazine and Instructables are happy to announce the winners for the Fake It, Don't Make It Recipe Contest!We saw some delicious recipes entered and encourage everyone to see the full group here.Grand PrizeThis winning recipe by trebuchet03 is featured in the December issue of Real Simple. Trebuchet03 also receives a $100 Crate & Barrel Gift Card, a monogrammed Real Simple apron, an Instructables T-shirt, and a year's subscription to Real Simple magazine. How to Make Monkey BreadFirst PrizeThe authors of these winning recipes will receive a $50 Crate & Barrel Gift Card, a monogrammed Real Simple apron, an Instructables T-shirt, and a year's subscription to Real Simple magazine. How to make Gingerbread Pumpkin Whoopie Pie by DMR30 Ravioli with Lobster Cream Sauce by shangrilarcadia Frozen Pumpkin Pie by SteveGerber Easy Dessert Puffs by jmjmcelwee Second PrizeThe authors of these recipes will receive a monogrammed Real Simple apron, a year's subscription to Real Simple magazine, an Instructables T-shirt, and Instructables stickers. HOLIDAY BISCOTTIS by Patricia Stiehr Mint Oreo Chocolate Pudding Pie by aliciak Creme de la Tea by Brennn10 Warm Coffee Cake by beldeen Quik 'n Easy Peach Cobbler by surfergirl French Silk Pie by stef42678 Holiday Fake It: LHS Cornbread Stuffing by debontherocks Savory Biscuits! by mje Pumpkin Pie Dessert Squares by GregDDC Easy Perfect Pancakes by LasVegasJudging was done by Real Simple magazine staff.

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Puff pastry prebaked.

I want to bake a quich and have purchase a puff pastry pie shell. Need I prebake the shell, in order to guarantee a crispy bottom part of the crust??? - bri <3

Posted by brianmorin 6 years ago


(newsletter) Auto-Aiming Missile Turret, Batman Light, Pirate Raid...

Aug 14, 2008 Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup1","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); } Welcome back! The Horny Toad Invent-a-Sport Contest has closed for entries, and is now in the judging phase. Vote for your favorites now!Everyone loves pie! Enter our Pie Contest, share your favorite recipe by August 17, and win an excellent pie cookbook to help you get your just desserts.Upcoming...Two cool new contests will be coming soon: a Faberge egg contest to show off your decorating talents and a craft skills contest to further the knowledge of the crafting ways! Start planning now, and we'll give you the full details next week. USB Auto-aiming autoturret by toelle Tennis Ball Chair by wholman How to Start a Business by ewilhelm Fabric bend sensor by Plusea Worm bin bag for indoor composting by amyoungs Floppy Disk Bag: Install Disk 2 by imanalchemist Banana Chocolate Pudding Pie by joshf Pirate Plunder! Plan a Costumed Raid by lamedust Nintendo Lunchbox by fluctifragus Glamorous Fallen Angel Wings by fairywingsandthings Grow Propagating Peppers! by thenear1send Tube Screamer clone by jonboytang Vote now! 10 great Instructables for the home Coming soon DIY USB "Hard Drive" by gmgfarrand Techno-geek Roulette by AndyGadget Stovetop Apple Pie by trebuchet03 USB Batman Spotlight by KaptinScarlet Now go make something awesome, and I'll see you next week! - Eric Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup2","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); }

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


How Much Did You Eat?

What's your score for Thanksgiving feasting? Relate your holiday tale of gluteny. I had (aprox): 1 c.Turkey 2 c. of Green bean cassarole 1 1/2 c. of mashed potatoes 1/2 c. gravy 1/2 c. cranberry sauce 3 slices Pumpkin pie 2 slices apple pie 3 Shrimp kabobs countless bags of chips way to much sweet potatoes Lots of soda (2 c. or more) And the morning after I'm starving :}

Posted by KentsOkay 10 years ago


How can a 13 year old make money without aproaching a lawnmower?

I was wondering if there is any way for a 13 year old can make money without the usual things FRIGGIN READ THIS! moola is B-MUTHA-F***ING-S! dont ask for invites! (the picture is how much time i have on my hands with no job...)

Posted by Crakur 10 years ago


New Speed Contest Up Now

Mmm...3.14159265UPDATE: The contest has launched! It's a Pie Contest. If you select all the text in this forum post you'll see the hint.

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Twin Shot Semi Automatic Knex Gun?

I've been working on this gun for about 3 days now, and im woundering if it is "unique" enough to put on Instructables. Please comment.

Posted by My Pie 10 years ago


(newsletter) Vampire Pie, Viking Spoon, Chocolate Sauce...

Aug 21, 2008 Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup1","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); } Welcome back! Check out the winners of the RoboGames Robot Contest and the Pie Contest. Learn how build our future robot overlords and bake some excellent pies!Upcoming...Feeling crafty? Get a head start on our upcoming Fabergé Egg and Craft Skills contests, and don't forget to take lots of great pictures. We're also putting together the biggest and best Halloween contest ever! October will be here soon, so start working on an elaborate costume and creepy decorations! Automated Answering System by randofo Awesome Chocolate Sauce by jofish USB Coil Cable by Plusea Surrealist Human Hand Stick Shifter! by stasterisk Meet the new robot overlords Life is sweeter with these desserts Homemade Shot/Grit Blasting Cabinet by kington99 Bright Idea Shades for CFLs by sjolly Desktop Scroll Wheel and Volume Control! by whatsisface How To Make A Vampie by thegirlwithacurl mini USB powered Tiffany Lamp by KaptinScarlet Rainbow Cheesecake by Tolstoi78 CCD Eyepiece for Binoculars by Kajnjaps Make a wooden spoon, the viking way by morfmir Get ready for the playa! Simple Xbox 360 Rapid Fire Mod by btop Blueberry And Apricot Pie In A Skillet!! by Forkable Build A Stereo Tube Amp by thobson The Handsewn Sprits'l by notjustsomeone Now go make something awesome, and I'll see you next week! - Eric Sign-up for this newsletter: function openSubscribePopUp(src){ var emailValidate = /\w{1,}[@][\w\-]{1,}([.]([\w\-]{1,})){1,3}$/ if(emailValidate.test(src.value) == false){ alert("Please enter correct email"); return; } window.open("/newsletter/newslettersignup?email=" + src.value,"newslettersignup2","status=yes,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=420,height=250"); }

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


August &quot;Go Pro&quot; Sales Event

As part of our drive to get you sporting a shiny new Pro Account, we are holding a special "Go Pro" sales event which will be running through August 27th! What's in it for you besides an array of great Pro features like less advertising, custom PDF downloads and digital patches? If you act now, we promise to immediately hit Eric Wilhelm with a pie when we achieve our goal of 3,500 Pro subscribers!To sweeten this special summer deal, for every 250 subscriptions above our 3,500 Pro user goal, we promise to hit him with another pie by years end (at the discretion of the Instructables feature team). So, if we get 4,500 subscribers, he gets four extra pies!And just when you thought it couldn't get any better, if you register today and post a message below, you will receive 5 extra digital patches to give away (regardless of the plan you sign up for) and a digital kiss from the Instructables staff member of your choice!We currently have 1,502 Pro users as of 8/03/2009. Let the games begin! Upgrade to Pro here.Fine print:1. We must achieve our 3,500 user goal by 5PM PDT August 27th for any pie throwing to take effect. 2. "Immediately hit Eric Wilhelm with a pie" should be translated "as soon as humanly possible." We cannot guarantee he will answer the door in the middle of the night.

Posted by randofo 9 years ago


(newsletter) Nintendo Arcade, 5-Minute Pie, Drum Smoker...

Sign-up for this newsletter: Welcome back! Converse Back to School in Style Contest - Make or customize anything school-related and win a gift card so you can make your own Converse shoes! SINGER Kids Crafts Contest - Create something crafty with or for a kid and win a sweet new serger or sewing machine from SINGER! Forbes Teach Me Fast Contest - Make a 30-second how-to video and win an awesome Flip MinoHD video camera! Winning videos will be featured on Forbes.com. Gorilla Glue Cardboard Contest - Build anything using cardboard, and win a huge package of Gorilla Glue supplies and gear! Vote now for the finalists in the Low & Slow BBQ Contest! 5-Minute Pie Portable Mini Vocal Booth LED Replacement Fluorescent Tube Recycled Plastic Messenger Bag Submit a cardboard creation and win a prize pack from Gorilla Glue! Get crafty! Cardboard Frisbee Lock a Deadbolt from Outside without a Key Cardboard Red Dragon Make a Drum Smoker Captain Kirk's Chair Extremely Loud Alarm Clock Beehive Bookcase No-Knead Brick Oven-style Pizza Share something cool quickly! Win a pair of customConverse shoes! Pie Pops Laptop Stand from IKEA Parts Plush Cell Model Build a Nintendo Arcade Sign-up for this newsletter:

Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago


My dad doesn't like some instructables.

He says that i shouldn't trust the recipes and some of the stuff on here because most of the recipes i make from here aren't that good like randofo's apple pie. :-(

Posted by Yerboogieman 9 years ago


Take Thanksgiving to the Next Level! Project Contest Winners

I hope your Thanksgiving was as exciting and competitive as mine! Of the 42 people that came over for dinner, I beat them all by gaining an unprecedented 5 percentage points of body fat over the course of the dinner!Ok, maybe not that much, but I did eat until I was literally sick, and can feel comfortable saying, "I took Thanksgiving to the next level."From their projects, it's clear the winners of the Take Thanksgiving to the Next Level contest did too.Grand PrizeThese three projects will win beta Eye-fi Eye-Film cards. More information here.green chile fried turkey by drEelmodular pie-cosahedron by turkey tekPumpkin Cheesecake Pie by dently First Prize PackageThese three Instructables will win On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen by Harold McGee and a Tanita UM080 Scale with Body Fat and Body Water Monitor.Cloth Napkins by HeresyOfTruthTurkey Treats by FrenchCrawlerXtreme Buddha's Non Vegan Delight in a Skin Tube by MrMunki Second PrizeThese projects will win one year magazine subscriptions to their choice of Make (digital or print version), Craft (digital or print version), or ReadyMade.$7 Non-Stick Rolling Pin by jess'Antique' Holiday Molasses Cookies by ianCranberry Relish by LasVegasDIY 41-inch uberHDTV (3 150 x 1 680) - 3 x 20" monitors in portrait by acfouHow to fry a turkey by rbhaysLeftover cranberry relish cake by lisareaPumpkin Pie Dessert Squares by GregDDCScratch Pumpkin Pie by Tool Using AnimalStatistical Analysis of Turkey Cooking by trebuchet03Thanksgiving Calculator by spacejockeysUSB-Powered Apple by randofoThanks to everyone to who entered and to the people who helped judge the contest: canida, honus, kinawera, leahculver, mever, noahw, numberandom, puffin_juice, and zieak.Original Thanksgiving contest instructions here.

Posted by ewilhelm 11 years ago


Can I use my portable dvd player as a TV

I was wondering if there's a way to use my new portable dvd player as a tv with audio video hook ups so I could plug in and xbox or ps2 or w/e. I'll get the modle in a while but its xmas and I want some custard pie MMHMHMHMHMMMMMM!!!111!1!!1!

Posted by TheCheese9921 11 years ago


Ice Straws, Build a BBQ Barrel, Fireworks Controller

Ice Straws Build a BBQ Barrel Fireworks Controller 4th of July Freshly Ground Burgers Hand-Crank Ice Cream Terracotta Smoker Fix a Flip Flop Buffalo Wings Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Photographing Fireworks Guide to Beach Combing Tantoo Squirt Gun Refill Station How to Make Fireworks

Posted by randofo 7 years ago


Analysing your test results for Aspergers Syndrome

A free for all, discussion on self analysis of your test http://www.rdos.net/eng/ picture (a pie graph) or Aspie-Rating-Picture (ARP) and final score Please try not to post pictures here, leave that for https://www.instructables.com/community/test/ Can somebody volunteer their non-Aspie picture, for the purposes of this discussion. Mine is here temporarily.

Posted by Lateral Thinker 9 years ago


Top 10 BBQ Instructables

With the 4th of July quickly approaching and summer heading into full swing, we've selected some of our favorite barbecue-related Instructables. These are not only about the cooking, but also about the whole barbecue experience--from meal accessories to the grill itself. Don't forget about the BBQ PDQ Contest, which is open until July 6th! Ground Beef Burgers For a fresh, from-scratch burger, check out this recipe. You can follow it all the way from grinding the beef to serving the completed burger. &nbsp; Grilled Stuffed Peppers You can do a lot more with the grill than just making burgers, hot dogs, and chicken. These stuffed peppers are a great way to use your grill for a very different type of meal. Cut A Watermelon No summer barbecue is complete without watermelon&#151; and you can cut your watermelon and remove the seeds at the same time. Jello Fruit Salad This Jello fruit salad brings a sweet, summery touch to go along with your main meal. Make a Pie Crust Trying to make a classic 4th of July apple pie? Use this pie crust and fill with whatever you like to make the perfect pie. Sweet Soy Ribs For a different spin on grilling ribs, try these sweet soy grilled short ribs or use the marinade to coat something else. Frozen Banana Smoothie What could be better than enjoying the summer days with a cold fruit smoothie? This frozen banana smoothie will satisfy anyone at your barbecue. Start BBQ Coals If you&#39;re having trouble getting the coals to light for your barbecue, check out these helpful tips to get your grill going strong. Build Your Own BBQ For a slightly larger project, you can make a barbecue area in your own backyard. This professional-looking project would fit in well in any yard. Hobobeque Or, if you want to be questioned by police (or family, friends, neighbors, etc.) you can try the revolutionary hobobeque. No explanation can do it justice, but it would certainly make for an interesting BBQ story. With these BBQ recipes, tips, and ideas, your barbecue can be more enjoyable than ever before.

Posted by joshf 10 years ago


Bungie Bag O' Swag

Hey guys, So, if you're as big a fan of Halo as me, you'd find that Bungie has a special Bag O' Swag on sale, for their 20th anniversary, and leaving Halo. They have anything from a Tshirt to a Zune to signed games to high-quality figures. There are only 777 in existence. AND I FRIGGEN GOT ONE! OH YEAH! What was the most interesting thing, though, was that people were staying up all day and night,trying to get one, and they didn't come close. I managed to get one by sitting at the computer for TWO AND A HALF HOURS, and my dad's bank account just got billed(also, Amazon, says it's being "processed for shipment") So, did anyone else get one?

Posted by builder968 7 years ago


Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes

Thanksgiving dinner is coming up in just a couple weeks and we want you to be able to have the perfect feast ready. So we've whipped up a fresh batch of Instructables that will help you out with everything from the turkey to the side dishes and even a dessert and a bit of apple cider.These recipes have been tested out at the Instructables Test Kitchen in the Oakland Hills and are sure to be a great addition to the festivities. If there's something that you think that we missed, make one of your own!This topic is now an official Thanksgiving Dinner Guide. Turkey Recipe by noahw Cook up a delicious bird and get everyone in a festive mood as the aroma fills your house! This in-depth recipe will guide you on the way to greatness. Gravy Recipe by noahw Make this delicious sauce from the turkey's pan drippings. Stuffing by scoochmaroo An amazing stuffing recipe so good that it stands well completely on its own. Mashed Potatoes by scoochmaroo An essential part of the Thanksgiving dinner, mashed potatoes go well with everything else that will be crowded onto your plate. Cranberry Sauce by noahw Homemade cranberry sauce rules with its tanginess and wonderful texture. It cooks up easily and stores in the fridge like a champ so skip the can this year. Cornbread by canida Cornbread is a versatile dish, equally good with a big bowl of chili and as a holiday side dish for Christmas or Thanksgiving. Deviled Eggs by rachel While everyone's anxiously waiting for the turkey, bring these out to keep the hungry horde happy and content. You can also try the dill-variation of Deviled Eggs. Corn on the Cob by noahw Hot corn on the cob with a bit of butter is a simple pleasure that nobody should be denied on Thanksgiving. That's right, nobody. Green Beans by noahw Add some veggies to the meal with this quick and tasty recipe for green beans. They're so tasty that even those who normally have to be force-fed greens will grab them up. Apple Pie by randofo Learn the basics of apple pie making with this Instructable and then try out different kinds of apples to see which combination makes you happiest. Pumpkin Pie by ewilhelm This recipe turns out a pumpkin pie so smooth that eating it is like becoming one with the essence of pumpkin. Absolutely worth the effort. Apple Cider by nagutron Fresh cider has a life of its own that can't be matched with what you get in the store. Give this beverage the respect it deserves by juicing some up yourself.

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


Despicable Me Costume, Moving Haunted Ouija Board, Cheap Zombie Horde

Despicable Me Costume Moving Haunted Ouija Board Cheap Zombie Horde Papercraft LED Lantern Apple Pie Bites Ion Wind Turbine Lose Your Head Illusion Easy Homemade Glue Kids Costumes Geico Caveman Costume Screw Bowl Mini Steampunk Lamp 3D Aquarium Background DIY Shaped Bracelets LEGO Man Costume

Posted by randofo 7 years ago