Andy Sentgeorge

Happy Pi Day!

We celebrate Pi Day without fail every year. After all, it’s what makes the world go around!

Aside from the convenient pun-factory of this particular day, it also happens to be the birthday of some very famous people…

Albert Einstein 1879

Michael Caine 1933

Quincy Jones Jr 1933

And of course, Cathy Sentgeorge!!!!!!

For all the wonderful people that share this annual annular celebration, please choose from any of these themed treats from Taste of Home.


Have you ever understood exactly what Pi is and why it’s important?

From the dedicated round-heads at

Pi, one of the most well-known mathematical constants, is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.  For any circle, the distance around the edge is a little more than three times the distance across.

Typing the Pi symbol into a calculator and pressing ENTER will yield the result 3.141592654, not because this value is exact, but because a calculator’s display is often limited to 10 digits.  Pi is actually an irrational number (a decimal with no end and no repeating pattern) that is most often approximated with the decimal 3.14 or the fraction 227.

You should really check out the rest of this article – even if you aren’t a mathematician, it’ll really round out your day!

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(Stay tuned for a deep dive into the Fibonacci Number…!)