Happy National Pi(e) Day!

Last Updated March 14, 2017
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March 14 is National Pi Day in honor of the number 3.14, π, or Pi - the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. With apologies to all the geometry gurus out there, Pi is boring but PIE is delicious. With that in mind, we would like to share a few of our favorite pie recipes from over the years so you can celebrate today in tasty and albeit non-mathematical fashion. Enjoy!

Paw Paw Key Lime Pie

Grits & Groceries' Joe Trull kicks the traditional Key Lime pie recipe up a notch with Paw Paws.

Chef Teryi’s Bourbon Pecan Pie

Chef Teryi Youngblood shared this holiday favorite with us but, really, does it have to be Christmas to enjoy bourbon pecan pie?

Sour Orange Pie

We borrowed this recipe from Julie Anderson’s blog Grow Make Give at www.growmakegive.com. It’s a similar pie to a key lime, and does especially well topped with sweetened whipped cream.

Tomato Pie

I stole this recipe from a high school friend’s mother who was born and raised in Chester, SC. I watched her make it, wrote the ingredients on the back of an envelope, added the buttered Ritz...

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