Our main course was Square Root Soup which was comprised of a creamy base and "root vegetables" (carrots, potatoes and onions) cut into square pieces. I apologize that the picture does not do the soup justice, it really is very good.
Corn bread goes well with many soups, so the girls made that as well, and cut it into square pieces, of course.
Dessert was chocolate brownies baked in a square pan, cut into squares, and decorated with square root symbols. We decided the pieces might be too large if we divided the pan into only 9 pieces, so we cut it into 16 in anticipation of the next Square Root Day. We didn't originate this idea, so I wonder how many other families celebrated Square Root Day, and how they celebrated? Did any of our readers celebrate?