A very pious rabbi dies and goes to heaven. There's a very large table there and an angel brings him a plate of shmaltz herring. Now, he expected that when he got to heaven he'd be eating wonderful food and he thinks it's a little odd. He decides to peek over to the Other Side and see what's going on. The people there have got stuffed chicken and knishes and soup. The rabbi doesn't understand it. So the next day the angel brings another meal. Shmaltz herring again. He peeks over and the people on the Other Side are eating more good food, piled highed. So he calls over the angel. "Hey," he says. "How come over there in the bad place they're getting all that good food and over here every meal I've gotten shmaltz herring?" "To tell the truth," says the angel. "It's too much work cooking for two."