No, no. I have a spontaneous idea on how to prepare EPIC MEATBREAD. Stay with me and salivate.
This one takes a few hours, since we'll be baking the bread ourselves.
OK, let's get started. For the bread, we need a pound of flour, a half pint of water, one package of yeast, and two tea spoons of salt. Mix flour and salt in a large bowl. Mix warm water and yeast, pour the mix on the flour and salt mix. Knead thorougly until you have a good dough. Cover with cloth, let it sit for an hour. It should rise significantly during that time. Preheat the oven to full temperature, as high as it goes. Form the dough into a loaf, put it on a tray covered with baking paper. Cut the loaf crosswise. Put the tray into the oven, roughly in the middle. Add a fireproof cup of water on the base plate, to keep the bread from drying out. Close the oven, leave the bread in there for 40 to 50 minutes. After 10 minutes, turn the heat down to 390°.
When the bread's finished, take it out. It should be golden brown and smell delicious. Let it sit for a few minutes, to cool down.
Now for the filling. We need a pound of ground meat of any type, the interior of the bread, three eggs, and assorted spices. Oregano, thyme, basil. Man Cooking spices. Also salt.
Cut off one side of the bread and take the cooked dough out. It should still be pretty hot, so be prepared. Now mix it with the refrigerated mincemeat. That should get both parts to a good working temperature. Add the spices and eggs, knead until thoroughly mixed. Fill the bread with the mix, put the "lid" back on, put into the oven at 390°, let it cook for at least 30 minutes. If there's leftover meatbread dough, form it into patties and cook them in a pan with olive oil.
If that isn't delicious and filling, you can only blame yourself.