Got PI?

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Joined Dec 7, 2001
Hey all,

Inspired by the movie "Pi," I set out to construct a recipe that conforms to the Fibonacci sequence (an endless sequence of numbers in which each consecutive number is the sum of the two preceding numbers, ex: 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21...) I have started small, transforming a basic recipe for mayonnaise into a "Golden Sauce." The numbers are important for another reason, as they go on into infinity they approach what the ancient mathematician Pythagoras called the Golden Mean: 233/144 = 1.618. the Golden Mean appears in many different aspects of nature.

A short soliloquy from the movie Pi:

"11:15 Restate my assumptions:

1. Mathematics is the language of nature.
2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers.
3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature."

-Max Cohen in the movie "Pi "

My question for discussion is this: Does anyone out there have recipes that are close to this sequence (even if you have to re-prioritze the placement of ingredients in the list)?

I find this quite Fascinating!!!!

Of course, it is no substitute for individual taste, but perhaps for a guidline, a starting point. What do you think?


Mayonnaise Recipe: Title = 0

1 C. Salad Oil
1 ea. Egg (whole)
2 tsp. Vinegar
3 tsp. Lemon Juice
* Salt and White Pepper TT (to taste)


--Put all ingredients exept oil, in a blender. Pulse for 5-10 seconds.

--On slowest speed, drizzle in oil.




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Joined Sep 21, 2001
One part water
Two parts fat
Three parts flour
-short crust, or I should call it "Pi Dough".
Lol.
 
89
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Joined Dec 7, 2001
Now you've got Pi.........dough.

All you need is a Golden Rectangle to roll it out on.

21" x 13" x 1.618" (l x w x h) :)) LOL



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