Meat and Milk

Source of the prohibition against eating and benefitting: Pesachim 24b-25a
Prohibiting a mixture of meat and milk because the prohibited element can be tasted: Pesachim 44b
The milk which is at the outer lip of a cow's stomach; the prepared form is called "Di'Aytera": Pesachim 51a
Meat of fowl with milk: Shabbat 130a
Whether the biblical prohibition is against preparation of meat and milk in the style of 'boiling,' specifically: Sanhedrin 4b
Cooking a vein in milk: Makkot 21b
Punishment for cooking meat and milk: Makkot 21b
Punishment for eating meat and milk: Makkot 21b
Annuling a meat-milk combination in a mixture: Temurah 28a
Burying a meat-milk mixture: Temurah 33b
At what stage of development an egg becomes non-meat: Beitzah 6b
Status of eggs found in a slaughtered bird: Beitzah 6b, 7a
Liability for cooking and eating gid hanasheh [sciatic neurovascular bundle] in milk on Yom Tov: Beitzah 12a-b

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