According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary:
The mathematical value of π, or pi, begins “3.14…” so March 14 (3/14) is considered to be International Pi Day.
Pi is the English spelling of the sixteenth letter of the Greek alphabet. It means “the symbol π denoting the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter,” and also means “the ratio itself : a . . . → Read More: All about the Pi(e)
We have had Verizon Fios since forever – okay, 11 years. I remember when we got it because during one particularity sad technology week here, we had only one antenna for two TVs. So when my oldest asked for the rabbit ears so they could watch PBS downstairs, I laughed, gave them to her, and went out that day for another set. And then I . . . → Read More: Binge watching on Verizon Fios
Yes, I did brunch again. This time a group of bloggers headed to the Brunch Test Kitchen of the Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant in South Boston. Why, yes, I do get around, thank you. What exactly is a Brunch Test Kitchen? Well, Lincoln Tavern and Executive Chef Nicholas Dixon are behind this great idea – Fridays are test days for their brunch menu. It’s . . . → Read More: Brunch Test Kitchen at Lincoln Tavern
Brunching like a millennial and a boomer boss.
I brunched. Back in the day, when it was a huge thing, you know, in the 80s, when I had disposable income and all weekend to myself. Then, the 90s and the aughts and babies, and brunch was not an option, heck, hot food was barely an option.
So now, my college aged daughter brunches with friends . . . → Read More: Brunching like a boss at Il Casale