Maureen: So I think this is like a meatloaf, but in the shape of a pizza. What do you think?
Nicholas (9): Is this from the new cookbook?
Maureen: Yes. Nigella’s latest tome, which is all Italian cooking. I think we will enjoy this month.
Andrew (Now 13! Happy Birthday!): It’s OK. These are two things that don’t need to go together. They work fine together, but I don’t see the point. Either have pizza or have meatloaf. Why make it one thing?
Nicholas: I think it’s AMAZING. It’s like a meatloaf, but with the added tomato sauce and cheese on top. Delicious.
Maureen: I’m with Nicholas on this one. I think it’s good, and I suspect that I will make it again.
Andrew: Don’t get me wrong. It’s good, but it’s not my favourite.
Maureen: I don’t know, with time it might become your favourite.
Tim: I’m with Andrew on this one. I don’t see the point of this.
Maureen: What do you mean? It’s not meatloaf, it’s not pizza: It’s meatzza!
Tim: Nope. Not buying it.
Maureen: A house divided on the Meatzza. Controversial.