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As Crescent City Recovers, so Do Its Restaurants

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As Crescent City Recovers, so Do Its Restaurants

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As Crescent City Recovers, so Do Its Restaurants

As Crescent City Recovers, so Do Its Restaurants

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One of the cornerstones of New Orleans culture has long been its delicious food. Two years after Katrina wreaked havoc on the city, most of the restaurants have returned and so have a few new ones. Host Debbie Elliott talks with our culinary curator John T. Edge about some of the new eateries.

We also talk with New Orleans Times-Picayune food critic Brett Anderson about lifting his self-imposed hiatus on covering restaurants in the Crescent City.