Did it meat your expectations?Do you still have a beef with doing it?They said that Shehita was easy - that's a bunch of baloney.I could go on, but I'll spare [ribs] you.Hazak Uvaruch!
Oh man can we get pictures. We did chickens in yeshiva last year, and watched a lamb, then had a huge bbq.
ed? is this the same ed that is so famous on RHM's blog? If it is - hi.This is a much tamer site - rafi's much more easy going.
No it's not the same Ed. I don't even know who RHM is. This is one of the few blogs I comment on when I don't personally know the blogger. I had rabbi named shaya g, though is that you?
for a short almost pointless post, this has gotten funny. Ed, I have a few pix and will soon be putting them up. I did not take too many because I have taken many on other occassions, so it is becoming less of a photo op each time I go.Pix will be posted soon.Yaak - it did meat my expectations.. lol
One day I want to bring my kids to your house to learn how to kasher meat.
I want to bring my kids to your house to watch you kasher the meat.
even better idea - you should kasher meat for them once in a while.... but let me know in advance when you want to come and we can try to schedule it..
Thanks Rafi!! Maybe chufshat Pesach . . .?
that's a lot of meat. what do do you do with all of it? can you overnight fillet mignon to brooklyn?happy hanukkah
mother - maybe. what city do you live in?ari - fillet is from the back of the animal, which we did not take because we did not do nikkur. Sorry.
i thought that in israel nikkur was done in the rear.incidentally, the first halakhah manual ever published in america was a pamphlet on nikkur (1858)