Don’t forget ‘infinite pie’ for Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! I know what I’ll be having today after I get back from the Galloping Gobbler: an “infinite slice of pie.”

Here’s how it works:

1. Take a dessert-size paper plate and draw a triangle representing the size of a typical piece of pie.

2. Cut small pieces of every dessert you want to try and arrange them inside the boundaries of the pie slice.

Technically, there’s no limit to the number of desserts you can sample — just so you don’t exceed the total area of the predetermined boundary lines.

Following are some infinite pie slices from last holiday season…

This is how I would’ve arranged last year’s Thanksgiving dessert, if I’d thought of it in time.

This was Christmas (not much in the way of actual pie here, eh?)

And this was Easter: Clockwise from top left: Weight Watchers key lime pie, my low-fat carrot cake, Ellen’s low-sugar blueberry pie, Chelsea’s sugar cream pie, Darcy’s “Mason cake.”

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