George W. was told that he needed to pay attention to Jewish voters, and so he decided to spend more time talking to Jewish leaders, learning about their beliefs, and so on. One of his aides suggested that he become acquainted with Jewish food. So they went to a local Jewish deli, where the aide suggested they start their meal with matzo ball soup. When it arrived, W. eyed the soup suspiciously, but after tasting a spoonful, enthusiastically ate all of the soup. After he finished, he turned to the aide and remarked that the soup was very good, and then asked, "Do they eat any other part of the matzo?"