The host should set before his guest all the food that has been prepared, and he should do so at once. If, for example, four fowls have been killed, they should all be served up, as the guest is delighted to see much food before him even though he cannot eat it all:

A good host entertains his guests as though he were their servant, in accordance with the traditional saying:-

A person who does not treat his guest with due consideration is an object of reproach. To quarrel with one's guest is disgraceful :

(1090) Mg, kai'att f (jaru ger l-kelb, "None but a dog bites in his own house."