CC Madhya 6.226
- na deśa-niyamas tatra
- na kāla-niyamas tathā
- prāptam annaṁ drutaṁ śiṣṭair
- bhoktavyaṁ harir abravīt
na—not; deśa—of the country; niyamaḥ—regulation; tatra—in that; na—not; kāla—of time; niyamaḥ—regulation; tathā—so also; prāptam—received; annam—prasādam; drutam—hastily; śiṣṭaiḥ—by gentlemen; bhoktavyam—to be eaten; hariḥ—the Lord; A dadvedataabravīt—has said.
“‘The prasādam of Lord Kṛṣṇa is to be eaten by gentlemen as soon as it is received; there should be no hesitation. There are no regulative principles concerning time and place. This is the order of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.’”
These verses are quoted from the Padma Purāṇa.