You have until tonight at 11:59 p.m. to enter our Pi Day baking contest. That means you should probably cancel the rest of the day's plans and pre-heat the oven if you haven't already entered your pie! Check out the entries so far. More info on the rules and prizes below.
How to Enter
Share your best pie recipes and photos over on Instructables. Just make a free account, upload your pictures and text, and publish your entry at Instructables before March 18 at 11:59pm PST. Upon publishing your entry, you'll see checkboxes for open contests. Select "Serious Eats Pi Day Pie Contest." Your pie will also be saved on our Photograzing site, but might take a couple days to show up on there.
Entries need to be accepted by a moderator before they're officially entered in the contest. This usually happens quickly, but can take up to 48 hours. What matters is the submission time, not acceptance time. So if you enter it at 11:59pm on the last day, it can be accepted the next morning and still be in the contest. And then it's on to the...
After the contest closes for entries, voting is open to the public. You'll need an Instructables account to vote, and you'll have an extra three days after the contest closes, until March 21, to vote. These votes help determine the finalists. The final winners will be selected by the Serious Eats and Instructables staffs.
Not that you should need an incentive to eat more pie, but our grand prize winner will get an Apple iPad (16GB, Wi-Fi, Black). Or maybe we should call it a piPad?!
Three winners will get a special pie baking prize package from King Arthur Flour, which includes:
- Adjustable Silicone Pie Crust Shield
- Pie Essentials DVD
- Pie Filling Enhancer (12 oz)
- Silicone Rolling Mat
- Vietnamese Cinnamon
- Pure Vanilla Extract (16 oz)
Five runner-ups will win an Instructables robot t-shirt and Serious Eats tote bag.
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