If you are Jewish, have a fondness for raw fish and happen to be in Missouri well, St Louis actually then you should join up with the Kosher Sushi Club.
While, the name may not be totally correct for those who are 100% kashrut observant, the fun team behind the club, offer an opportunity to socialise with a bunch of culturally diverse folk.
Sure there are Jews who go along to events, but they promise just a colourful array of people. The Kosher Sushi Club FAQ even says: "You can find everyone from Jew to Muslim to Christian at our meetings, and every shade of skin known to man."
The purpose of the club seems to celebrate sushi and they have regular outings to some of St Louis' popular sushi haunts.
While some members may keep to kosher fish, others may experiement with something treif-y.
Even if can't make the meetings, it's worth joining the club for their kitsch t-shirts which for $15 plus delivery offer an alternative from the usual "does my bubbe look big in this" or "shalom motherfunkers" style graphics.
But given that it is not particualry kosher or Jewish for the matter, why the name Kosher Sushi Club? Well, if it was called anything else, could you see us honestly writing about it? There must be a marketing guru behind it, that's probably the Jew in the group.
Great idea and great concept, all they need now is to expand the range of t-shirts to include some other images and slogans. Me, I want to be seen in a "Jews for Sashimi" graphic or "Wasabi Rabbi".