Put Your Preconceived Pork Notions Aside For These Recipes

Chef Kathy Gunst's ground pork wrapped in lettuce leaves. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

Pork can be so much more than the dry, flavorless meat many of us might remember. Here & Now resident chef Kathy Gunst joins host Jeremy Hobson with recipes and tips for cooking pork.

Ground Pork Wrapped In Lettuce Leaves

This is an incredibly easy dish that comes off as being quite sophisticated and full of flavor. Ground pork is mixed with red pepper, garlic, ginger and sesame oil and then sauteed with peanuts, mint and cilantro.

To serve, you wrap the mixture in crunchy fresh lettuce leaves and eat with your hands. You could also serve

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