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Award-winning cookbook author, chef, restaurateur and TV personality Vivian Howard has a knack for making elevated comfort food—dishes that are homey and familiar, but also new and innovative. These flavor-packed “sloppy Joes” are one such example. Howard says any type of ground meat works, but we especially like pork because it remains tender and has a silky richness. Be sure to use bread with a sturdy crumb and cut the slices about ½ inch thick—no thinner—so the interiors remain soft after toasting.
pound ground pork
tablespoons worcestershire sauce, divided
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