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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

National Pie Day! This Coming Saturday, Jan. 23rd!

Holy crap!

No wait, I mean -

Holy pie! Thanks to Elliott at Cheesehead Displacement Syndrome for the timely reminder that this coming Saturday is NATIONAL PIE DAY!

I love pie. I am going to plan my whole day around pie! I am going to eat nothing all day that day except pie. I will have pie for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and between-meal snacks!

Who knows, maybe I'll even break out the cutting board and pie pan, roll out the Crisco, and whip up my famous light-as-a-wisp-crisp-crust Pickle N' Onion Pie! Sweet hunks and chunks of gherkin. Tart fucking cocktail onions. Greenish-gray sugar-sauce.

Set that bad boy on the windowsill to cool.

If like me, you'd like to read more about National Pie Day, then click on this link!

Link:

http://www.piecouncil.org/Events/NationalPieDay/

I'm about to click on it now, and go have a read-through myself. Hey wouldn't it be weird if we're both reading it at the same time? That's some kind of digital coincidence!

Now everybody, when you're done reading, I urge you: go make pie-based plans. Big day coming up.

3 comments:

The Vegetable Assassin said...

OH. MY. GOD. PIE? NATIONAL PIE DAY?

I believe this holiday was invented just for me. OK, it's not a holiday, per se, but it should be.

Talking of pie, I got possibly the best caramel apple pie ever baked on Saturday. I'm not even kidding. The best. I don't even eat pie that often but that pie won my heart. PIE. PIE!

Wait...do pie CHARTS count? I love pie charts.

dogimo said...

I'd say so.

Elliott said...

National Pie Day IS a holiday! Just because Hallmark doesn't sell cards doesn't mean it's not.

If there's a reason for a holiday, it's something meaningful, like pie or bacon, or creepy pagan rituals. 'Selling more cards in the slow months' is NOT justification for a holiday. I'm looking at you, Sweetest's Day!