A second-grade class was doing a project in comparative religion. The first child said, "My name is Joshua. I go to Beth Shalom. I am Jewish, and this is the Star of David." The second child said, "My name is Marguerite. I go to St. Mary's. I am Catholic and this is a crucifix."
The third child said, "My name is Fred. I go to Grace Church. I am Protestant, and this is a casserole."
From Whitebread Protestants: Food and Religion in American Culture, by Daniel Sack.