Do good and eat well! Who doesn’t want to participate in something fun like that, right?
Let’s talk about how we can do it together. The month of September is Hunger Awareness Month. I’m collaborating with Crockpot to highlight their partnership with Feeding America.
**This is a sponsored post written in collaboration with Crockpot. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Here’s where you come in, donate to FeedingAmerica to help end hunger during this month. Crockpot will be matching donation up to 50,00 during the month.
I realize that September is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean our help has to end with it.
Did you now in 2020 more than 38 million people in the United States experienced hunger. We can do better. Head to feedingamerica.org to see you how you can help.
Now for the Pork Ragu recipe you see here, this one is a keeper. It feeds a large crowd and none of it will go to waste! Grab the recipe below and your trusted Crockpot™️.
For me, I used the new Crockpot ™ Design Series® The series has a streamlined design and modern-vintage aesthetic. An added plus since fall and winter are all about cozy meals like the one you see here. The clean design neatly fits into any kitchen, so make some space on your countertop for it.
You will find yourself reaching for it more often than not, especially since it’s available to 3 qt, 4.5 qt and 7qt, so get what you need. Additionally it comes in new colors and styles. Now there’s no excuse not to get what you want. Aside from aesthetics, the Crockpot ™ Design Series® is easy to use and features a manual warm setting to keep the food at the ideal temperature.
As for the recipe, you can of course brown the meat for extra flavor, but if you are pressed for time – like I am most days- just throw it all in the Crockpot ™ Design Series®, then set it and forget it.
Eight hours later you will be so glad you set yourself for a meal like this one. When you done don’t forget to head over to feedingamerica.com to see how you can help!