What is the "Reishis Bikurei Admascha" to which the Torah is referring?
Wheat, barley, grapes, figs and pomegranates, olives and dates.
How do we know that the prohibition of cooking meat and milk extends to animals other than goats?
Rashi: Because the word "Gedi" pertains to every young tender animal. 1
Since the Torah uses the term "Gedi Izim" to describe a kid-goat. See Sifsei Chachamim.
What do we learn from the three times that the Torah repeats the Lav of "Lo Sevashel Gedi ... "?
Rashi: We learn the prohibition against cooking them together, eating them together and deriving benefit from them.
Why does the Torah add the word "ba'Chaleiv Imo"?
Rashi: To preclude a bird, (which does not have mother's milk), from the Isur, and which is only Asur mid'Rabanan.
What are the connotations of "Reishis"?
Refer to 23:19:2:1,2.
What does the Mitzvah of Bikurim entail?
Refer to 23:19:4:1.
What are the connotations of the Lav "Lo Sevashel Gedi ba'Chalev Imo"?
Refer to 23:19:5:2-9.
Why does the Torah write specifically "Gedi"?
Refer to 23:19:6:1-4.
Why does the Torah insert meat and milk here, in connection with the festivals?
Refer to 23:19:7:1.
What is the connection between Bikurim and meat and milk?
Refer to 23:19:8:1,-3.
Rashi writes that meat and milk is written three times; one time forbids eating meat cooked in milk. We should know this already from "Lo Sochal Kol To'evah"!
Refer to 23:19:151:1.