Celebrate National Pi Day With…PIE!

Many of us can probably remember celebrating PI Day back when we were in school. That mathematical number for pi 3.14 that goes on forever is often honored by making pies. Since today is March 14…here are some facts about the day as well as some awesome deals that make PI Day something to celebrate.

Pi, also known by the Greek letter “π,” is a constant value used in math that represents the ratio of a circumference of a circle to its diameter, which is just about 3.14….15…9265359… (and so on). Not only that, but the fourteenth of March is also Albert Einstein’s birthday.  In 2009, US Congress declared Pi Day a National Holiday.

So, how did Pi Day end up in a country-wide phenomenon? Check out the history at:

Pi Day – March 14

Did you know there are special deals surrounding the holiday?

7-Eleven
7-Eleven stores are serving up large pizzas for the magical price of $3.14 on National Pi Day. You can grab yours in-store through the loyalty program, in the 7-Eleven app, or via the 7NOW delivery app.

Boston Market
Grab yourself a Pot Pie for $3.14 at Boston Market on National Pi Day. That‘s a discount of more than 50% so it’s a good one for your bank account as well as your belly.

Check out more PI DAY deals using the National Day link above.

Here’s my recipe for an easy, tart, and refreshing KEY LIME PIE.

Take One Graham Cracker Crust. Set aside. graham crust

In a cold mixing bowl beat together at HIGH SPEED:

1 C of whipping cream (until stiff peaks form).  ADD:

The juice from 5 limes,

limes

One can of Sweetened Condensed Milk. Beat until well-blended.

Pour into prepared crust. Freeze until set or overnight. I like the consistency of the frozen pie. Let is rest outside the freezer about 10-15 minutes before slicing. Sweet-tart heaven in a pie pan!

HAPPY PI (PIE) DAY!

key-lime-pie

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