National Pie Day is an unofficial national holiday celebrated on January 23. Most people think that National Pie Day is on March, 14, but that is National Pi Day (the mathematical equation day when people eat pie). The American Pie Celebration began in 1986 to commemorate Crisco’s 75th anniversary of “serving foods to families everywhere”. Now we just simply celebrate pie.
How to Celebrate:
- Bake your favorite pie- There is no greater satisfactions than to make a pie from scratch.
- Share pie with friends and family- The best times to share is when sharing good food and conversation.
- Eat a whole pie by yourself- Sometimes you just need to indulge in the sweeter thing in life.
- Sample different slices of pie- When life gives you choices, you don’t always have to only pick one.
- Share your favorite pie recipe with friends and family- Baking with others bring a whole new ingredient to your recipe
- Eat a Tippin’s Pie- When you can’t make a pie from scratch, Tippin’s can.
- The oldest known pie recipe, was for a rye-crusted goat’s cheese and honey pie in ancient Rome about 2,000 years ago
- Someone created a list of pies for each state.
- There are nine states that have a pie as their official state dessert or official state pie.
- You can find out what kind of pie fits your personality.
- There is a game called Pie in Your Face (in case you really want to get pied).
- Blake Lively and Taylor Swift both love pies!