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RECIPE OF THE WEEK: Deep-Dish Peanut Butter Pie

Math-lovers rejoice each March because they get to celebrate a particular irrational number and mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. Known more casually as pi (¹), this infinite decimal is typically shortened to 3.14.

What does pi have to do with cooking, one may ask? Typically nothing, unless a person is calculating the size of a circular food. However, because the symbol is pronounced with the long "i" (as in eye), it is a homonym for pie, which is a dessert enjoyed in many households. Pie frequently is served on Pi Day, celebrated on March...

 

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