Mathematicians, among others, observe Pi Day due to Pi being 3.14 (or extended as, 3.1415926535…) or otherwise, as March 14. While you could commemorate the occasion with some clever calculations, I suggest another formula. Check out some “pie” from Steenbock’s cookbook collection!
A few slices, among others:
Author: Chattman, Lauren
Title: Icebox Pies: 100 Scrumptious Recipes for No-Bake, No-Fail Pies
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Harvard Common Press, c2002.
Author: Clarkson, Janet, 1947-
Title: Pie: A Global History
Publisher: London: Reaktion Books, 2009.
Author: Cherkasky, Lisa, 1956-
Title: The Artful Pie: Unforgettable Recipes for Creative Cooks
Publisher: Shelburne, Vt.: Chapters Pub., c1993.
Author: Olstein, Judi.
Title: Desserts: Pies, Cakes, Puddings, Tarts, Crêpes, Sorbets, Ice Creams & Cookies for the Sweet Tooth in All of Us
Publisher: New York: Triangle Group, 1993.
For assistance finding these and others, speak with your librarians.