Celebrate 'National Pi Day' with Sauce Pizza & Wine - Tucson News Now

Celebrate 'National Pi Day' with Sauce Pizza & Wine

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

It's National Pi Day, (pi as in the mathematical term), but Sauce Pizza & Wine is putting a twist to the term.

Today, all locations in Tucson, are offering Cheese Pizzas for $3.14. 

All you need to do is mention Pi Day when ordering.

You can also get busy in the kitchen and make your own pizza pie.

Sauce Pizza & Wine's Chef John May breaks down how to make the perfect dough.

  • Take 4 cups of water add honey, olive oil and yeast mix until thoroughly blended
  • Place in a baking mixer with a 5 quart mixing bowl using dough paddle
  • Add flour and mix for 3 minutes on low speed
  • Add remaining water and salt and mix on medium speed for an additional 8 minutes
  • Dough should be lightly sticky but pull away from bowl as one piece when done mixing
  • Remove dough and place it covered and refrigerated until ready to portion
  • Cut dough into desired size and roll into balls pinching close any seems so you have a smooth dough ball
  • Place in storage pan that is lightly brushed with olive oil or non stick baking spray with enough room for dough to rise.
  • Refrigerate until ready to use. Allow for at least a few hours rise time.

There are 4 locations in Tucson. You can visit www.saucepizzaandwine.com to find the restaurant closest to you.

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