This is actually a true story, although no doubt without the pun. Texas is not a state with a large Jewish population (about half a percent of the total population of the state, according to a 2015 tally in the Berman Jewish DataBank), but I had friends who had attended this event in Houston. I did ask him if they had two sets of paper plates; laughing, he declined to answer. I’m doubt there’s a reference to paper plates in the Talmud, although I do suspect that Rabbi David Small (the titular character of Harry Kemelman’s series of mysteries) would be able to find something that would fit. They’re great books; enjoy them!

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