Don Quixote Volume 2, Chapter 20
The next morning Sancho smells the wondrous foods being cooked for the wedding. Although, the day before had been siding with the plight of Basilio, his stomach now sees the sense of Quiteria marrying the rich man. He speaks at length until Don Quijote tells him to shut up. He reminds Don Quijote of his promise to let him speak as much as he likes. Don Quijote claims he has no memory of such a promise. They proceed to the wedding feast and festivities, which are extraordinary.