Kitchen & Shabbat
Many of the prohibitions of Shabbat relate to the preparation of food. While the preparation of food potentially entails numerous prohibitions, eating good and hot food is part of the mitzvah of oneg Shabbat! Join Rabbi David Brofsky and study the melakhot which relate to the preparation of food, including the prohibition of cooking on Shabbat, and the permissible ways to reheat food on Shabbat.
Kitchen & Shabbat: Kitchen & Shabbat Shiur 1
I am looking forward to another year of learning! We will begin this course with the laws of bishul (including bishul, reheating foods etc). Afterwards, we will review other important melachot related to food preparation.
I am attaching the first source sheet. Another one will be added before the shiur.
Rabbi David Brofsky is the author of halakhic compendiums on Tefilla, Moadim and Avelut. He teaches at Midreshet Lindenbaum and Midreshet Torah V’Avodah, and he writes a weekly shiur for Yeshivat Har Etzion’s Virtual Beit Midrash (VBM). Rabbi Brofsky also serves as the Rabbinic Liaison for Giyur K'Halacha.