Sunday is 3/14 and a day to honor the mathematical constant pi, 3.14592653, etc. It's on the weekend and the last thing I want to do is to think about numbers when I can celebrate food. Let's honor pie instead of pi.

My problem is that I'm doing more of my own cooking and I struggle to even make cream of mushroom soup. I bought the condensed can and all I had to do was add a cup of milk.

Unfortunately, I put it in a container that was too small and it went all over the inside of the microwave. If I can't do that right, then I have NO chance of baking a pie.

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I thought about making a whoopie pie but I didn't know if that counts as a "real" pie. My other fear is that someone would ask me what I was making and I would reply "whoopie."  I can't cook but I can tell jokes.

Pi Day Jokes

What do you get when you cut a jack o'lantern by its diameter? Pumpkin Pi

What do you get when you take green cheese and divide its circumference by its diameter? Moon Pi.

What do you get when you take the sun and divide its circumference by its diameter? Pi in the sky.

These jokes are kind of like my cooking...Not very good.

Ways to celebrate Pi Day

If you're looking for a real way to celebrate Pi Day this weekend, eat food that starts with pi. Pineapple, pizza, pickles, pistachio nuts, and pickled "anything" come to mind.

You could also eat food that is in a circular shape like pancakes or cookies. Any excuse to eat food and blame it on a holiday is a good holiday for me. I'm liking pi day better already

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