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The Grays Launch Prepared Foods; Ed Hardy Update

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

RETAIL WIRE— Don't feel like pulling out that copy of Todd Gray and Ellen Kassoff's The New Jewish Table? Now, you don't have to. The husband and wife team behind Equinox is launching a prepared foods line inspired by their cookbook, which will be sold through the Takoma Park Silver Spring Co-Op. That means dishes like whitefish salad, chicken salad with cranberries and more. [EaterWire]

CHEF SHUFFLES— Busy week for former Bistro Vivant chef Ed Hardy. He and his wife Francoise Villeneuve each offered their own take to Food Republic on the issue of babies in restaurants (they're new parents themselves). It's been a hot topic in light of the recent Grand Achatz controversy. And Hardy tells Eater he started a new gig as a chef for Quench in Rockville. [FR, EaterWire]

LEGAL WOES— Tim Carman looks into the case of bartender J.P. Caceres-Rojas, who is facing deportation. The piece looks into the circumstances surrounding the bartender's detention and his general back story. [WaPo]