Because you asked (okay, not really), here are some Pi Day results:
The flavor of Joe's brown sugar chess pie reminded me of pecan pie filling without being as sweet. The texture was different, too--not gooey, but semi-solid. It was thickened with corn flour (very fine), which added a subtle graininess. Joseph loved this dessert. Although fine for what it was, it's not making my favorites list . . .
Aren't the cherry pies adorable? Rebecca rolled and shaped two of the crusts.
I had some extra filling so I made a mini cobbler, too. That was easy since I keep homemade biscuit mix on hand. I added a little cornmeal and sugar, then buttermilk to make a loose dough/batter. Sprinkled it with coarse sugar, and voila! "Winging it" while baking isn't usually a recipe for success, so it was fun to play. The photo is from before baking; the after shot was too fuzzy even by my standards!
And since you're here already, enjoy a shot (pre-baked) of the cheddar/green onion (with a tiny bit of parsley) biscuits from Sunday's supper. Again with the biscuit mix . . . just added sharp cheddar, etc. and then buttermilk until it was the right consistency. Easy!