Contributed by: Rabbi Shaul
This year, because Ereb Pesah falls on Shabbat, Hames is permitted until Shabbat morning at 10:00am. Even though one may have Hames until Shabbat morning, it is our minhag to burn the Hames on Friday morning (before 11:16am), as is usually done on Ereb Pesah of past years. This is important so that no one will make a mistake and think we are permitted to burn Hames after midday in a normal year. If one is no longer planning to eat Hames, one may recite the second and final Kal Hamira on Friday, nullifying ALL the Hames in his possession. However, if one will be eating bread for during the Shabbat meals, the final Kal Hamira should be said after one's final meal of bread, before 11:16am Shabbat morning. If one does choose to continue to eat bread until midmorning on Shabbat, one should be careful to keep the Hames in a safe place, away from children, so that Hames is not spread throughout the house by accident.
Fast of the First Borns
Seoudot Shabbat on Shabbat Ereb Pesah