Tina’s Traditional Old English Kitchen has a unique way to celebrate Pi Day

Celebrate Pi Day with Tina’s Traditional Old English Kitchen classic English pies.

 In England we’ll put almost anything in a pie. I was quite surprised that while Americans like a lot of meat in their food…it’s Chicken Pot Pie and that’s the only savory pie.”


You might try some of these traditional savory pies and mix things up.

fishFisherman’s Pie


beefSteak and Ale



cornishCornish Pasties




Visit Tina’s Traditional Old English Kitchen Tearooms in Carmel (317 565 9716) and at the Propylaeum (317 638 7881)
For more information check out the website at www.TinasTraditional.com
And follow them on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TinasTraditional

Pi Day is an unofficial holiday celebrated on March 14 that celebrates the mathematical constant pi. It is celebrated on March 14 because the month/day date format (3/14) corresponds with the first three digits of pi (3.14). Saturday, March 14, 2015 will be a very special Pi Day and only comes along once every 100 years. This year, not only does the month and day of the date (3/14) correspond to the digits in the mathematical constant, the digits in the year do too. 3/14/15 correspond to the first 5 digits of pi: 3.1415 AND this year’s Pi Daybecomes even more special at 9:26:53 am and 9:26:53 pm when the date and the time will exactly correspond to the first 10 digits of pi: 3.141592653.






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