Pi party

14 March 2012

You mean you didn't neglect your children's hungry cries, personal hygiene, house hygiene, and the Hunger Games trilogy for the entirety of the late morning, early afternoon, late afternoon, and early evening to make super aesthetically pleasing* Pi day food?


*don't worry. Simon said everything you were thinking about that pie ...
what exactly is it?
you got my hopes up, I thought it was cheesecake
is there any sugar in it at all? (nope)
before I take a bite, was Flax Seed an ingredient? (yep)


  1. I didn't think it was possible for me to love you more than I already did buuut you just bumped it up a notch.

    Yay Pi Day!!

  2. Second picture down?

    On a scale of 1 to "I'm calling the cops, honey, I've got another creepy stalker on my hands", how weird would it be if I set it as my new wallpaper?

    Yeah. Thought so.

  3. J seemed to like it, flaxseed and all! Looks yummy! Muy jealous of your alfresco dining experience.

  4. Love the Pi Day celebration! I wish I'd thought ahead but I remembered when it was too late and we had nothing pie-like for dinner. Perhaps I will make up for it on Saturday and dye everything we eat green :)

  5. The receipt has 1/4 cup sugar. What did you use instead?

  6. Haha! I going to take a guess that he's scared of flax seed? :0

  7. I always forget about Pi Day until someone mentions it. Maybe I'll get better about remembering those things when I have kids.

  8. Wow, you're so creative! They both look delicious!

  9. Pi day, how come there are so many cool days I know nothing about?!

  10. props on the food photog, Grace! You've really outdone yourself!



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