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Happy Pi Day!!


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Today is 3.14 so go grab a piece of pie!  

Pie is not a common menu item in MEX.  But there is a fine French patisserie on our street and we scored a few mini-quiches for lunch.  

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Ah yes, we did celebrate with pecan pie for breakfast and pizza pie for lunch.  have not figured out dinner yet.  I think you could call empanadas mini pies and be correct.  Just another version of a hand pie....

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38 minutes ago, IowaDee said:

pizza pie for lunch


I'm glad that counts... that's what I had for lunch. Otherwise, Pi Day would have to be happy without my participation. I don't foresee me making or purchasing a pie tonight. :D

It's kinda like wrestling a gorilla... you don't stop when you're tired, you stop when the gorilla is tired.

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I generally make a pi, sometimes, two, for Pi Day. But today, I was at a client site from 8 a.m. until 5:20, so no pi-baking for me. I do have an unbaked blackberry cobbler in the freezer I might bestir myself to go out and get and stick in the CSO...

 

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gosh darn it.......

I want a piece of lemon meringue or Boston cream(OK, I know, I know.....it isn't really pie but I love it anyway).

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I'm on the road, and therefore settled for store-bought. At least it was locally made, with local apples. :)

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