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Greetings, readers!

Today is a very special day. It is the most ePIc Pi Day of your life, in all probability– 3/14/15, which, of course, maps to 3.1415…, or the first five digits of Pi.

Pi is also approximated by 22/7. Thus, today’s goal is to provide you with a list of 22 Pi or Pie related things or links, divided into seven categories. Enjoy.

# 22/7 Pi

## Crust Recipes (section 1):

**Disclaimer:** I have not tried all of these. I am borrowing the Webmaster’s bookmarks for some of them. However, since I have been living in the land of the Internet recently, I have not had the ingredients to check all of these.

**1) Butter Crust Pie Recipe**. This is a fairly basic one, and does not call for too many ingredients.

Oooh, yes. That’s a good one! I’ve had a lot of success with that recipe.

Glad to hear it.

**2) Oreo Crust Recipe.** My one contention with this recipe is that it does not indicate whether you are supposed to keep the cream-filling in with the cookies or just use the outside part. If you do figure it out, let me know.

**3) Coconut Oil Recipe. **Coconuts are spheres. Coconut oil comes from coconuts. Pi is used to calculate mathematical properties of spherical things. Therefore, a circular pie crust made from spherical oil produces must be more celebratory of pi.

## Pie Recipes (section 2):

**4) “Impossible Coconut Pie“. **Again, the logic about using ingredients from spherical objects can be applied here, for why coconut is one of the superior ways to go.

**5) Pie Crust Bowls.** This may not typically qualify as a “pie”. But it is something that can be done with a pie crust. And this enables you to make miniature ice-cream pies. Who can say “no” to that?

**6) Pie Crust Cookies**. This is a very easy one. Take your leftover pie crust, slather it in butter, cinnamon, and sugar, and bake in the oven at about 375 until the cookies turn a light golden brown.

## Pie Songs (section 3):

**7) “I like Pie, I Like Cake”**, a cute song.

Oooh, yes! That’s a fun Charleston song.

**8) “The Pi Song”. **This is a rather ridiculous song.

**9) The “Pi Waltz”. **Somebody converted some of the digits of pi to base 12, in order to map them to a scale. (I am unsure of how they did this.) The final result was a lovely waltz. It is not necessarily accurate mathematically, but it is still a cool concept.

## Previous Fluff Posts (Section 4):

Alas, there are only two previous Pi-day posts. But here they are.

**10) The First Pi-Day Post. **I am still a bit surprised that the Webmaster appreciates Pi Day.

**11) The second one was boring**. However, it is still a pi-day Fluff Post, so I will take it.

**12) The Webmaster’s First Pie**. This is not a pi-day post, but it is “pie”, and therefore it is an acceptable “fluff” for this post.

## Beautiful Pies (section 5):

**13) A lovely autumn leaf motif.**

**14) A very nicely done “pi pie” with numbers.**

**15) A punned pie**.

## Neat Clothes (section 6):

**16) A Pi By Numbers shirt from ThinkGeek.**

**17) A lovely pun tee that I will not spoil for you.**

**18) Another lovely pun tee, from ThinkGeek.**

## Math and Statistics (Section 7):

**19) Another amusing video, calculating pi with pies.**

**20) The World’s Most Accurate Pie Chart.
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**21) Calculating Pi.** Because really, this is something of a requirement.

And finally, **22) The Official Pi Day Website**. (This qualifies as mathematical, because pi is inherently mathematical.)

I hope you have an ePIc Pi Day!