Who’s Servant Am I?

Who’s Servant Am I?

The Mishna states that a slave who belongs to two masters may not eat from the Pesach of either one of them. Rashi explains that this is even if one master counted him on his Pesach, for the slave cannot be numbered on a korban Pesach without permission of his other...
85b Walled In?

85b Walled In?

The Gemora explains that like Shabbos, one is not liable for removing meat from the Chabura unless one does Akirah and Hanocha. An interesting Shayla is raised by Rav Yitzchok Zilberstein Shlit`a. On Shabbos, if one is surrounded by people, one is not liable for...
75a Rabban Gamliel’s Perforated Grill

75a Rabban Gamliel’s Perforated Grill

The Mishna states that one may not roast the Pesach on a grill. It then quotes an incident in which Rabban Gamliel instructed his servant to roast the Pesach on a grill. The Gemara asks: Was an incident cited to contradict what was previously stated?  ...
74a Roasted Not Cooked

74a Roasted Not Cooked

The Korban Pesach must be roasted, not cooked. Also, it must be roasted on fire, not on hot metal [although red hot metal would be fine, as it is considered fire].    The Shulchan Aruch (473 – 4) states that the Minhag is to roast the Zeroa of the Seder plate on...
73a Was It Productive?

73a Was It Productive?

An explanatory table אמר ליה רב הונא בר חיננא לבריה: כי אזלת לקמיה דרבי זריקא בעי מיניה: לדברי האומר מקלקל בחבורה פטור, שחטו שלא לאוכליו חייב. מה תיקן? – תיקן, אם עלו – לא ירדו. שחטו ונמצא בעל מום – חייב. מה תיקן? – תיקן בדוקין שבעין, ואליבא...