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Beignets and Café au Lait: Saints Escape with 30-27 Overtime Win Against Chargers

Good morning Y’all

As always, for our novice readers or non-New Orleanians, welcome!

Let’s start with some definitions:

Beignets (English: /bu025bnu02c8jeu026a/; French: [bu025bu0272u025b], ben-YAY literally bump) are distinctly New Orleans, a delicacy intimately connected to the city’s rich French heritage. Best enjoyed heavily powdered with sugar.

Café au lait (/u02cckæfeu026a ou028a u02c8leu026a, kæu02ccfeu026a, ku0259-/; French: [kafe olu025b]; French for “coffee with milk”) is a delicious New Orleans way to start your day.

This is your “After-Saints-Game” brunch, where we talk about the state of the Black and Gold, we debate the goings-on with the team and talk about what’s next at this point of the season.