I'm trying to find the source of a quote I saw. I was reading an article about test tube beef and came across the following:
[Rabbi Menachem] Genack noted another source for viewing cultured meat as parve: A 19th century Vilna-born scholar known as the Heshek Shlomo, wrote that the meat of an animal conjured up in a magical incantation could be considered parve. It may not be too much of a stretch, then, to apply the same logic to modern genetic wizardry.
Some more googling led me to a fuller citation:
Cheshek Shlomo (end Y”D 98, s.v. v’da).
and eventually a mention by Shlomo Stencil who called it a "manuscript on the shulchan aruch"
The Heshek Shlomo is Rabbi Shlomo HaKohen (1828–1905). He wrote a talmud commentary called Heshek Shlomo, and also a few volumes of shut. (He was also an editor for the Vilna Shas). I can't find a work of his that is a commentary on the Shulchan aruch. He is quoted by the Mateh Yehonatan in the Vilna SA, but I can't find the content referenced above in Siman 98.
Does anyone know where this book is? Was it given a different name? Was his commentary included in another compendium? Is there a second Heshek Shlomo? Does anyone know where this book/source is?