Pi Day has come and gone. Sciencebloggers have posted their pie recipes and pictures - including, of course, my fabulous Bird Pie - and now it is time to vote for your favorite. You may also enjoy checking out Janet's Pi Day pie roundup. That's one helluva lotta pies she baked! Though none of them were for the birds. I would beg you to vote for my Bird Pie, so that I could win the contest, but I am sure you will be blown away by the culinary accomplishments of my fellow Sciblings, so I'll just suggest that you go vote for *someone*. Personally, I think that violet custard pie kicks ass. Not that I would ever have the patience to pick enough violets to make it myself...which makes it all the more impressive.

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