This pan will do the job of representing two words: pi and pie. Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, and this pan is a circle. A Pie is usually a sweet, baked good which often is cooked up in a pan such as this. Many people look to me as a pie baker and I mention Pi Day because of that connection.
Whether you are a bird . . .
Whether you are a baby . . .
Whether you are a baker . . .
Whether you are a botanical connoisseur . . . chances are you have an interest in blueberries. As a baker, I love them for their ease of use. I just pull them out of the freezer and pop them into the batter for muffins, or pancakes, or pour them into a pastry lined pie pan and I am nearly done.
As a naturalist and photographer, I love the blueberry bushes in my gardens for their beauty in every season. Even in the middle of winter they are simply gorgeous.
A native shrub, which is easy to grow, with a bonus of yummy berries, I cannot recommend them highly enough.
Just be sure, as harvest time arrives, that you have enough room in your freezer, and enough time to stay one step ahead of the bear.
Happy Pi Day.