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By Julie Myers / Food52
March 14, 2016

You don’t have to be good at math to celebrate Pi Day. Pi is an irrational number, afterall, which in turn gives us the right to be irrational —to do things like eat as much pie as we want and pretend it has something to do with a number. So, we will.

Some of us have memorized Pi to its 100th decimal point; some of us simply remember that Pi is a funny symbol we learned in middle school; some of us just love pie (dare we say—infinitely?). Ultimately, it doesn’t matter if you’re a mathlete or an advanced TI-89 calculator artist —today, there’s a slice of Pi for everyone. In that spirit, here are 14 recipes to fill our bellies and our minds with Pi(e).

1. Lemon Meringue Pie by yossy arefi

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2. Tangerine and Almond Shortbread Tart by lorigoldsby


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3. Gingered Cranberry-Pear Pie by EmilyC

4. Leek, Fennel and Mushroom Galette by Waverly

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5. Leek, Lemon, and Feta Quiche by Allison Cay Parker


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6. Masala Spiced Pear Pie by janeofmanytrade

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7. Best Boston Cream Pie by Joanne Chang

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8. Mixed Apple Pie with Hazelnut Crumb Crust and Maple Cream by chez_mere

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9. Jim Lahey’s No-Knead Pizza Dough + Margherita Pie by Genius Recipes

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10. Vegan Lentil Shepherd’s Pie with Parsnip and Potato Mash by Gena Hamshaw

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11. Vegan Chocolate Pie by Gena Hamshaw

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12. Perfect Coconut Cream Pie by em-i-lis

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13. Black Bottom Oatmeal Pie by ElsenEM

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14. Turkey Pot Pie for Another Day by Jennifer Ann

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This article originally appeared on Food52.com

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