But not at Linderhof --
Today is National Pie Day
because it is 3/14
which is pi!
Several experts were all posed the following question: What is Pi?
The engineer said: " It is approximately 3 and 1/7"
The physicist said: "It is 3.14159"
The mathematician thought a bit and replied, "it is equal to pi."
A nutritionist: "Pie is a healthy and delicious dessert."
And so it was today at Linderhof
But not just dessert -- dinner too!
We, at Linderhof, take Pi day seriously!
- Individual chicken pot pieswith homemade pastry crustFull of chunks of chicken and vegetables like snow peas, peas, carrots and baby cornAll in a wonderful chicken brothAnd then there is dessert pie:An old fashioned lemon ice box pieBecause I had all the ingredients in the larder --the graham crackers, the Eagle milk and lemonsIt's an easy pie but a good pieAnd there will be pie for tomorrow --which is not "pie" day!The roundest knight at King Arthur's was Sir Cumference . . . He ate too much Pi!LEMON ICE BOX PIE1 graham cracker crust (your own or store bought)2 cans of Eagle milk3/4 c. freshly squeezed lemon juicezest from the lemons used to make juiceMis the Eagle milk and lemon juice together. Add the zest and pour it into the graham cracker crust. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
You made Chicken Pot Pies! That is a lot of work! I didn't make any this winter for the freezer because I remembered how much work it was to cook and debone the chicken and cut up all those vegetables. You did Pi Day right!
the math is all Greek to me! The food looks wonderful! When do we eat?
Very clever, Martha! Those pie-of-all-kinds look scrumptious!
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