If you are still looking for a Christmas gift for the foodies in your life, look no further. Not only does the brand new e-book cookbook All Hands On Deck feature recipes from all sorts of tasty Red Hook spots like Good Fork, Red Hook Lobster Pound and Brooklyn Ice House—all proceeds from the $15 e-book are being donated to help ReStore Red Hook after Hurricane Sandy. And there is no question the area can still use help!

The whole thing is very "Brooklyn"—but in a sweet rather than twee way. The Times today explains the cookbook's genesis in case you don't believe us:

The editors, the Overmans, were married in Red Hook in October in what Ms. Overman called “a real neighborhood affair.” They hosted their rehearsal dinner at Fort Defiance, where Mr. Overman tends bar. The ceremony was held on Valentino Pier with music by the Red Hook Ramblers. The band then led the couple and their guests through the streets in a New Orleans-style second-line parade to Sunny’s Bar for the reception. The meal was catered by a neighbor of the Overmans’, and the desserts were made by a local bakery, Baked.

The couple were in Paris on their honeymoon when they heard about the hurricane that was closing in on New York City. When they came home to Red Hook, Ms. Overman said, they looked for ways to help the local shops, bars and restaurants that give the neighborhood the feeling of an urban fishing village where the fishermen are extremely interested in cocktails and cupcakes. She is an editor at a trade magazine, and her husband is a freelance graphic designer, and it occurred to Ms. Overman that they could publish a cookbook that would raise money for local establishments.

And so make a cookbook they did! So, stop your last minute online shopping and just go buy a few copies. $15 bucks buys you five downloads! Don't you want to know how to make your own Frito Pie?