Growing up it was the standard that my family gathered around the dinner table and we ate together while sharing the events of our day. We rotated where we sat each week and this time together really established roots in family for me.
My mom spent hours preparing dinner. Everything was from scratch and delicious. I have tried to replicate her standards and while I enjoy cooking, there are times when our schedule is tight and sometimes, I rely on something prepared and Ragu is one of the brands I trust for my family when I just don’t have time to do it on my own.
As a further testament to the brand, Ragu wants to know and share what really happens at Dinner with their new Ragu Mom’s the Word on Dinner community. Found on Facebook, the Ragu Mom’s the Word Community features real conversation from mom’s like us. Share the pitfalls of cooking for a big family–have you become a short order cook? Do you theme your meals? Does your family think they should hire a better cook? It’s a place to share tips, tricks and vent about the everyday chaos going on in the kitchen.