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 of crescent 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?