How to Kasher a Kitchen
Kashering, the act of making a kitchen kosher, is a complicated process. These sites aim to assist anyone who wants to kasher a kitchen and/or maintain a kosher kitchen.
Find step-by-step instructions on how to make your kitchen kosher.
These guidelines to maintaining a kosher kitchen discuss dishes and silverware, cabinets and drawers, tableclothes and placemats, refrigerators, ovens, stovetops, microwaves, sinks and dishwashes.
This article offers basic introduction to the terms and concepts involved in kashering. The author recommends that the actual work of making the kitchen kosher be done in consultation or even cooperation with a rabbi.
National Jewish Outreach Program provides succinct descriptions of how to kasher the different parts of a kitchen, including oven, pots and pans, sink, counter, dishes, and refrigerator.