New question on AskTheRav.com: In light with the Rav’s message about the early Purim Seudah as Purim is Erev Shabbos – can one be Yoitze with Milchigs? See Rabbi Braun’s response • Full Story
Question: In light with the Rav’s message about the early Purim seudah as Purim is Erev Shabbos – can one be Yoitze with Milchigs?
Asking for Anash and also for a Chabad House – let’s say we’d like to do in our Chabad House a Bagel & Lox breakfast following Megillah so people can have a Seudah when they come for Megillah.
Answer: Strictly speaking, yes. But preferably, meat should be served at the Purim seudah, even when it falls on Erev Shabbos. Indeed, there are opinions that one must eat meat. Also, the minhag is to eat kreplach at the seudah.