Nicholas (10): Pork belly for the win!
Maureen: That’s right. You asked for this specially. Who doesn’t love pork belly, especially when you’re talking about Sunday lunch?
Andrew (14): We all love it, that’s for sure.
Tim: How did this compare to the usual Gennaro Contaldo one that you make?
Maureen: This one you marinate, and then roast for longer at a lower temperature. It also includes instructions for making gravy. I don’t think you need gravy with it.
Andrew: But the gravy is nice on the mashed potatoes.
Maureen: That’s true.
Tim: I think I like this better than our usual one.
Maureen: That’s funny, because I think I like our usual one.
Nicholas: A house divided against itself can not stand! Abraham Lincoln said that.
Maureen: Thanks, Mr. History. Now what about the bread?
Maureen: Why is that?
Andrew: I don’t like the looks of it.
Nicholas: Agreed. It looks funny.
Maureen: For whatever reason, the onions didn’t really incorporate correctly. It still tastes good, though.
Tim: It’s OK, but I’m not sure I’d want to make it again. The pork belly, on the other hand, I’m always happy to eat that.