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it's not cricket

It isn't fair, sportsmanlike, or legitimate. I know you want to avoid confrontation, but it's not cricket to break up with someone by text message. I don't see why you think it's not cricket—everyone else does it all the time.
See also: cricket, not

keep kosher

To act in accordance with the dietary laws of Judaism. We're trying to keep kosher, so there are certain things we can't eat.
See also: keep, kosher

It's not cricket.

 and It's not kosher.
It's not done.; It's not acceptable. You can't do that! It's not cricket!
See also: cricket, not

it’s (just) not ˈcricket

(old-fashioned, British English, informal) it is not a fair or an honourable action or way of behaving
See also: cricket, not


(ˈkoʃɚ and ˈkoʒɚ)
1. and koshe mod. acceptable; cricket. (From Hebrew kasher, “proper,” via Yiddish. Koshe is a slang clipping.) Is it kosher to do this?
2. tv. to make something acceptable. Do you want me to kosher it with the boss for you?
3. mod. having to do with undiluted alcohol. I’ll take mine kosher with a little ice.

keep kosher

To observe Jewish dietary laws.
See also: keep, kosher
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Some 35 states and the federal government provide kosher food for observant Jewish inmates.
Horowitz demonstrates that these stakes were great, not just for companies that wanted to sell to kosher consumers, but for those consumers themselves, as the kosher food market began to go mainstream after World War II.
For foodservice operations that craft back-of-the-house artisanal seasoning blends, dry rubs or brined meatballs or sausages, Fine Kosher is ideal.
Each and every ingredient added, whether in filtration or clarification along vinification process must be kosher.
In summary, Kosher is a compelling and entertaining read and demonstrates how private kosher regulation stands out as a highly successful example of private regulation in our industrial food age that should be learned from.
Although consumption of kosher hard cheese has been growing for some time, until about a decade ago, there was no real appreciation for good cheese in the American kosher market, according to Y.
The Kosher Division of Orthodox Union is the world's largest kosher certification agency, supervising over 400,000 products in 8,000 plants in 80 different countries.
The traditional means of regulating kosher trade in the Old World had been centralized communal control backed by government power.
Joel Weinberger, president of international kosher inspector PS Kosher Food Works Inc.
based nonprofit organization, Moussazadeh's lawyers argue that offering kosher meals should be required under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, passed by Congress in 2000.
As it turns out, Fishkoff is an ideal guide to everything from who buys kosher (more non Jews than Jews), what is involved in determining the "kosher" status of food (there's far more here than can be summarized parenthetically), where kosher products are produced (everywhere throughout the world), where kosher products are sold (almost everywhere), who is involved in the production of kosher foods (the number and variety of such folks are startling), what happened to just plain old "kosher" meat (gobbled up, for the most part, by glatt kosher certifiers), isn't almost any milk or vegetable or fruit product "automatically" kosher (are you kidding?
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I Keep Kosher" is a child's colorfully illustrated book about learning rules for keeping a kosher kitchen.
trade show of kosher food manufacturers, certifiers, and purveyors, an Iron Chef-like culinary competition featured not brisket, nor bagels and lox, but sushi.
May 6 2010 - Hain Celestial, has announced in a quarterly report that it had sold off the Kosher Valley poultry brand.