A Pi Day Escape with Piña Colada Pie

You may be familiar with Pi Day which is celebrated on March 14th every year because, as you learned in high school math, π is 3.14   For Pi Day 2017 I did a post about a silky smooth chocolate pie and a previous post featured a crazy good citrusy beach pie, so either of those would be a good choice anytime you’re in the mood for an easy homemade pie.  But when I was trying to decide on a pie recipe to make this year, I happened to hear the catchy 1979  hit “Escape (the Pina Colada Song)” by Rupert Holmes Continue reading “A Pi Day Escape with Piña Colada Pie”

Chocolate Pudding Pie with Crunchy Toffee Crust

My family will tell you that I’ll find any excuse to bake.  They may also tell you that I’m a little bit nerdy.  My nerdiness shows up in a variety of ways.  Remember π in geometry in high school; you know, Pi, 3.14, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.   Continue reading “Chocolate Pudding Pie with Crunchy Toffee Crust”

Easy Beach Pie

I love discovering regional and/or vintage recipes so when I recently read about a pie that was once served at many restaurants along North Carolina’s Atlantic coast, I started researching its history. If you’re dreaming of hot sun, blue water, white sandy beaches, and palm trees, this recipe for easy beach pie is just what you need—without packing a suitcase or waiting in a line at the airport. Continue reading “Easy Beach Pie”