The Tur writes (113) says that if a non-Jew cooked meat without intending to cook, the meat's kosher and there's no issue of bishul akum. An example that he gives is if a non-Jew singes the hair off ...
The standard Tur is printed with the main commentaries including the Beis Yosef and the Darchei Moshe. In every edition I have seen the Darchei Moshe is presented in the following way: on the same ...
Does anyone know of a book or website that is dedicated to understanding/explaining the Beis Yosef on the Tur? (In a similar way as the Pri Megadim works on the Taz/SHach/Magen Avraham).
There is a sefer that I see quoted on the Tur Yoreh Deah called Knesses Hagedolah (they are hagahos). I have looked for this book and could not find it. Is it printed as a separate book? Is it ...
Of all classical works of Halacha, only the Rambam has a section dedicated "Hilchos Deos". For example, he begins with the most fundamental Jewish belief, the belief in one G-d, that G-d is the ...
I have often seen the Tur cited as giving exact word counts for each blessing of the Shemoneh Esreh. The arguments I have seen for being careful to adhere to the word counts include that this would ...