The Apple Pi Celebrates The Never Ending Decimal

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: • References: instructables & laughingsquid
Shannon of 'aperiodictableblog.com' has cooked up an Apple Pi to celebrate Pi Day which falls on March 14th every year. This tasty dessert is filled with numbers that are cut from apples and is topped with a delicious crust.

Shannon even gives instructions on how one can make their own Apple Pi. First one must peel the apples and cut them into think slices. After that the apples are thrown into a mix of brown sugar, cinnamon and melted butter and ready to be made into numbers. Using number cutters, one cuts out pieces of the apple and puts them under the crust. Just pop it in the oven and it's ready for a Pi Day party.

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