I think I may have an eating problem. Or just a eating mathematically problem. Here's my problem today. Delicious, delicious pigs-in-a-blanket (from pillsbury.com): Pigs-in-a-blanket, for the uninitiated, are little hot dog/sausage type things warmly embraced by crescent rolls dough. In fact, that's the ingredient list: Little sausages. A can ofÂ crescentÂ rolls dough. Cooking instructions: Wrap those … Continue reading More math food blogging: I may need some help from my Southern friends.

## Area, Overlap, and Sandwich Meat Efficiency

I find myself writing about food a lot on this here blog. I'm starting to wonder if one could construct a whole thematic unit around the Math of Food. Or create a "meal" from appetizer, main course, and desert items. Or maybe I just need to eat breakfast. Artifact Good Sandwich Guide. Not sure where … Continue reading Area, Overlap, and Sandwich Meat Efficiency

## Can we make an even “edgier” brownie pan? What about the “perfect” brownie pan?

Artifact This, my friends, is part math, part food, part art, all deliciousness: It's the all edge brownie pan, which I found from my new Favorite Website of All Time, Reasons to Go Broke. Here's the description from the Amazon page (perfect 5-star rating): "For corner brownie fans and chewy edge lovers, it's a dream … Continue reading Can we make an even “edgier” brownie pan? What about the “perfect” brownie pan?