Wednesday, November 21, 2007

A is for Apple, Pi is for Pie

Thanksgiving preparations are underway.


Tonight I made the apple pie. While the apples are homegrown from our own front yard, I confess that the crust is Pillsbury. (Ernest disagrees with me on using a ready made crust, so I made him responsible for making the pumpkin pie crust from scratch.) He also made the vent holes: the pi symbol, in case it's not clear. That's what you get from a math whiz. He's also wearing Frank's old t-shirt:

5 comments:

Bunny Bunster said...

Too cute!

Mystic Maiden of Santa Maria, CA said...

Laughing! Still laughing! The Pi symbol is also used in the legal profession, referring to Plaintiffs, while the triangle is used to refer to defendants. Next time you bake a pie, have Ernest also add the triangle symbol to the crust. It makes for some very interesting patterns.

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

Oh I want that cow pi!!!

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The Guider said...

Hey - thanks for visiting my blog and commenting, thought I'd do the same for you. Love the pi pie, and the garbahge!