Is that one should never, ever try to kasher a kitchen on the afternoon of Erev Shabbat. Especially not in the winter, when darkness falls 4:30 or so, and one still has cooking to do. Whoa stress.
Other than that (and the deluge of windy rain in which I was caught on my way back from shul Friday night), it’s lovely to be back.
I have been told my kitchen isn’t kashrut because I didn’t take my pots to a mikveh.. I’m not really supposed to take my pots to a mikveh am I? Am I the only one that thinks thats kinda dirty?
I’m not going to touch this question, since I’m not trying to be a posek, here, and there are a variety of questions, issues, factors and perspectives on your question (were the pots new? from whom did you buy them? if not new, how did you kasher them? etc). Please consult a rabbi in your own community.