Pi Pans: The Geekiest Way to Bake a Pie

A project in San Antonio, TX by Pinojo

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Celebrate birthdays, holidays and Pi Day as only a true math geek would, by baking a pie in a Pi Pan
Backers: 741
Average Pledge Per Backer: $24

Funded: $17,542 of $2,000
Dates: Aug 7th -> Sep 6th (30 days)
Project By: Pinojo
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Latest News

Peach Pi, Bacon Pi and Finishing Strong!

September 6th - via: kickstarter.com
There are just two hours to go! We would love to finish strong and have a big order to place with the manufacturer, so if you haven't done so, please share with your geeky friends and family on Facebook or Twitter. Thanks so much for the support, we... (Read More)

That's a lot of Pi!

August 27th - via: kickstarter.com
First off, thanks to everyone for supporting our Pi Pans project! We were shocked how fast the early bird pans went! Special shout out to all the folks who backed with an increment of $3.14 - you all are geeks after my own heart. Thanks to you all!... (Read More)

A Pi Pan to make March 14th Even More Special

Welcome back to another Kickstarter Conversation! I wish today was March 14th, and you’ll understand why when you see what Garrett Heath has come to share with us today. Thank you for joining us today! (Read More)

Punny Pie Pans

August 15th - via: trendhunter.com
Dessert lover Garrett Heath has found a way to successfully combine sweets with numbers with his new Pi-Shaped pie pans. (Read More)

Now you can bake a pie in the shape of Pi

August 13th - via: lostateminor.com
Self-confessed eater of desserts Garrett Heath has an industrial engineering background. So it makes sense that he’s created a Pi-shaped pie pan for geeky bakers to make their own Pi pies. (Read More)

This is real: A Kickstarter project for a pi-shaped pie pan

August 9th - via: techhive.com
Make next year's Pi Day celebration go a little more smoothly with a pi pan. Get it? Pi pan? I...OK, I'll stop now. (Read More)

Pi Pans Update 1: Funded!

August 7th - via: kickstarter.com
To our initial group of backers, WOW! You guys rock! In less than a day on Kickstarter we were able to hit our goal! We are beside ourselves with excitement right now and are thankful for each of you backing our Pi Pans! We thought that it would be... (Read More)

Local Foodie Sets Up Kickstarter for Pi Pans

August 7th - via: blogs.sacurrent.com
Garrett Heath, local Racker, foodie, and blogger over at SA Flavor has been busy constructing this Pi Pans. (Read More)

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