If you don't use your countertops for either kli rishon or sheine, why do some require them to be kashered for Pesach?
A couple years ago I (Conservative) was asked by my wife (Baptist) to educate her church by running a Seder for them. I cleaned the kitchen and serving areas as best I could, vacuumed the carpets, ...
I have been told that a granite counter top is similar to glass in that it is not porous and does not absorb taste from food that touches it. Is there a source in halacha for this concept? What other ...
Normally, to "kasher" or "kosherize" a metal sink (from non-kosher to kosher, or before Passover), you clean it out well, make sure it's used for nothing hot for 24 hours, then pour boiling water all ...
I don't use separate burners for milk and meat during the year, nor do I think there's any reason to do that. So why the need to kasher burners before passover?