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Monday, April 11, 2011

Keeping Kosher...

Last week we had the privilege of packing, unpacking and organizing a new home for a Berkeley Rabbi and his family.  Our challenge was keeping their kitchen kosher - the separation of dairy cookery from meat.  I met with them in their new kitchen the week before the move and we laid out plans for where things would go.

Fortunately, their new kitchen has lots of cupboards and drawers.  This cupboard is divided by Passover dishes on the left and everyday dishes on the right, and then each shelf contains either dairy or meat dishes. We made cardboard dividers to keep the dishes separated on each shelf.

Not only do the dishes have to be separated, but so do all cooking implements and utensils, so there are double sets of pots and pans, flatware, appliances and mixing bowls. 

As the move took place on a Friday, we had to finish the unpacking before sunset.  Our client checks her emails before getting ready for Shabbat.  


1 comment:

  1. Great job you did. I just sent this on to the other Berkeley Orthodox Rabbi's wife, my close friend.


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