It’s not often, in fact it’s never happened before, that we will write about, and promote, another website without contacting them first. Oy Vey! Of course we love reciprocation. Almost as much as we love things that are FREE. When something is FREE, I always say “I’ll take two!”. But, Mini Mee found this website that we’re going to introduce you to today. And when Mini Mee talks, people listen. And you don’t even have to be Jewish to love Soy Vay! Hopefully, the owners of Soy Vay will read this article and will cross promote The Chinese Quest. Or, you can let them know about his free advertisement!
Soy Vay found its start in humble beginnings back in 1980, at a potluck party in Humboldt County, California. On that fateful day, two friends, a Jewish boy and Chinese girl, came together over their love of food, Asian flavors, and secret family recipes with the idea to bottle the best tasting sauces possible, using only the finest ingredients around. No preservatives. No additives. No way.
Inspired by the classic sauces and marinades of China and Japan, with a deliciously kosher twist, Soy Vay was officially founded in 1982 and became an instant success at county fairs, farmers markets, and local stores across Northern California with their original flavor, Hoisin Garlic, and the still best-selling Veri Veri Teriyaki.
What’s a good sauce without great recipes to pour it on top of? On Soy Vay you’ll not only be able to order their Veri Very Teriyaki Sauce, but they have posted a bunch of Chinese recipes that sound mouth watering. Check out the Soy Vay Recipes on their website.
And while you’re there, please let them know that you found out about them through The Chinese Quest. And while you’re at it, please let all YOUR friend about the Chinese Quest. Send them a link to our blog, or Like us on Facebook!
You can also purchase all Soy Vay products on Amazon.com.
Humbly submitted for your consumption,
–Mee Magnum (“Chop! Chop!”)