has become somewhat of a jourmal of my life for
the past few years. What started as "my cute, little company"
has grown into the "cute, little company" that has consumed so
many of my waking (and sometimes sleeping) moments.
set out to create sauces that were different from those you
normally would find on the shelves of your favorite grocer. We
never just make something for the sake of making something. I,
since I am the CEO, in charge of R&D, Web Master, in charge of
Customer Service and Sample-Gal, have to actually feel the product
~ it has to touch my senses.
those of you who have met me while doing a demo, you will understand
my next comment: my proudest moment is when I can tell someone
that I really did make what so many people are now enjoying.
Embarassing as it may be, there are even times when my eyes
tear up when I talk to people about the d'Oni Enterprises
story is a real-one, there certainly wasn't a budget to hire
a "Branding Team." The sauces, the flavors, the mood and
the names truly do represent the personalities and eating preferences
of myself and those we love. What has been amazing is your
response to my creations.
and I took on chance on flavors that we firmly believed would
be welcomed by you, our consumers. We are thrilled that you
have welcomed our flavors into your home; we also hope that
our products have helped you save a little time in the kitchen!
May of 2005, we are proud to announce our newest flavor, which
will be the first of our Heritage Line, What's Goin' On, Soy,
Pear, Ginger Korean Teriyaki. What's Goin' On is very special
to me as it is a love note to my Mom, Brother and Sister. It
is sweetened with pear (no sugar -- just like my mom taught
me to eat!) and spiced with ginger -- a healthy twist to
an old favorite.
the coming months (or by next year ; >) we will create more
items for our Heritage Line which will include Pasta Sauce,
Salsas and Salad Dressings. All will fit into a healthy lifestyle,
have a bit of spice and of course will be all-natural and
you have any comments or a recipe to share, please feel free
~~I hope you enjoy, Janis