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After Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, thousands of people lost their keepsakes and family treasures forever. As residents started to rebuild their lives, the Times-Picayune of New Orleans became a post-hurricane swapping place for old recipes that were washed away in the storm. In Cooking Up A Storm, the newspaper has compiled 250 of these delicious authentic recipes along with the stories about how they came to be and who created them. The book includes the very best of classic and contemporary New Orleans cuisine from seafood and meat to desserts and cocktails. But it also tells the story, recipe by recipe, of one of the great food cities in the world and the determination of its citizens to preserve and safeguard their culinary legacy. [[block(sidebar). h1.Featured recipes Chicken Jambalaya Crawfish Patrick Baked Shrimp ]] [[ignore. p(blue). This week's Cookbook Friday drawing is for copies of Cooking Up A Storm from Chronicle Books. Enter to win one of three copies of the book by adding at least one of the recipes featured on the left to your Culinate member page recipe queue. You can either watch this [/culinate/sitetour "site-tour video"] to learn more about queuing recipes, or follow the steps below to add to your recipe queue: # Make sure you're logged in as a Culinate member. (If you don't already have a free member account, create one [/forms/user/new?src=CookbookFridays here].) # Click on one of the featured recipes above, then click on the "Add to my Recipe Queue" link (found below the recipe photo on every recipe page). p(blue). That's it — you've entered! (All entries must be made between Thursday, January 28, and noon PST on Friday, February 5, 2010.) ]] p(blue). This week's Cookbook Friday drawing is for copies of Cooking Up A Storm from Chronicle Books is now closed. Congrats to our Super Bowl Cookbook Friday winners: [/user/kathrynyeomans Kathryn], [/user/Zorker Lesley], and [/user/naturalvore Cheryl]. h6. \Entries closed at noon PST on Friday, February 5, 2010. Winners were drawn from all valid entries. Eligible winners must have U.S. mailing and addresses and reside in the U.S. Please note that all standard Culinate contest rules apply to this drawing.