Friday, March 14, 2014

Happy Pi Day! Why Not Enjoy Sweet Pie Crepes?

Courtesy of Wikipedia Commons

 Today marks an important mathematical constant (3.14) that is represented with the Greek letter π.


Although the United States House of Representative officially recognized this date as National Pi Day in 2009, this holiday was invented well before then.

In 1988, physicist Larry Shaw held a party at the San Francisco Exploratorium that celebrated this mathematical constant by having willing participants walk around the building's circular areas and eat real pies.

Today, Pi Day activities such as pie throwing contests, and learning more about Pi's history in engineering are held in classrooms across the nation. Coincidentally, today is also Albert Einstein's birthday too!


Pumpkin Pie Crepes



Did you also know that you can also celebrate this day by eating pie crepes? Check out these recipes below so you can make your π day more innovative. 

Pumpkin Pie Crepes

Why wait for Thanksgiving when you can make pumpkin pie crepes at home. All
you need are ready-made-crepes, pumpkin puree, and brown sugar. Click here for recipe.

Apple Pie Crepes

If you love American and French fusion recipes than you will love this. Imagine fresh apples, cinnamon and powdered sugar, rolled inside a crepe? Click here for recipe.

Boston Cream Pie Crepes

Boston may have originated this treat but this food blogger, Girl Inspired, innovated this recipe by adding crepes into the mix. Click here for recipe.