I Ate Some Pie and It Was Delicious Just thought you should know. Happy Pi Day!
March 14, 2013 No Comments
Cherry or apple pie? The answer (as it always really has been) is: Yes.
Oh, but what about pumpkin pie? Darn, just when all the world’s problems were solved.
Check it out here: Chicago Metallic Split Decision Nonstick Pie Pan. Note that the center divider is removable, so it can work as a regular pie pan too.
December 1, 2011 No Comments
Apparently Food Channel didn’t get the memo from General Mills. Betty Crocker and Pillsbury have declared 2011 to be The Year of the Pie. And here Food Channel is touting cupcakes as a continuing trend. For shame.
June 1, 2011 No Comments
Foodland — (BTKS Investigative Reports)–In a display of interdepartmental cooperation, Betty Crocker and Pillsbury have revealed that both brands are in support of 2011 being “Year of the Pie.” Both under the umbrella of General Mills, the two culinary powerhouses have separately issued press releases supporting this finding. Just goes to show the power of pie and BTKS is pleased. Pie is superior to cupcakes, and with the marketing power of a global company, the world will soon agree.
This has been declared the “Year of the Pie” and we are seeing (and eating) creative takes on pies everywhere – from sweet to savory.
The rest today’s press release follows and includes links to the deliciousness.
May 29, 2011 1 Comment
Well, it’s about time. Cupcakes are good and all, but they don’t do savory. Pie is clearly superior. Pillsbury has made it official and has decreed 2011 to be “The Year of the Pie.” Whether or not the company’s low-risk announcement will alter the course of the cupcake trend is yet to be seen, but they got it right by including recipes in their marketing push. Shown above is the Chocolate Chip Cookie Stuffed Pie, and all the recipes can be found at Pillsbury.com/Recipes.
Read on to see the list of Top 10 Pies to Try.
May 26, 2011 No Comments
It’s that time of year again: 3/14. Or, as some might say 3.14. Whatever Pi Day means to you, what better way to celebrate than with a spherical pie? Instructables user starshipminivan has it all mapped out for you:
This pie is the ultimate ode to Pi. A full sphere of crust filled with pudding gives you the perfect pi-inspired pie eating experience. The ratio of volume to surface area of a sphere is the highest possible for a closed shape. So a spherical pie creates the largest possible filling content relative to crust. It is the ultimate dessert experience for pi and pie lovers alike.
(Via Boing Boing)
March 14, 2011 1 Comment