I am excited to be participating in the National Pork Board Porksgiving program as a member of One2One Network. While this post was sponsored, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
This year, the National Pork Board (NPB) will celebrate “Porksgiving” – a time for giving back (with pork) to those who give back– from November 2, 2015 through the end of the year. There’s no better way to show someone how much you appreciate them than with a home-cooked meal (at least that is my motto) – and there’s no better home-cooked meal than one made with pork.
Each year, we volunteer to take a meal to our local first responders. Many of them are volunteers and, even the paid workers, don’t get to be with their families during the holidays because they are sacrificing their time to be able to respond to emergencies that arise. I always look for something that will be easy to make, easy to travel with and will feel like a holiday meal too. This walnut crusted pork tenderloin definitely fits all of those requirements and so I know it will be a hit this year when we drop it off at our safety center.