What’s a beignet?

If you’ve wondered about those perfectly puffy New Orleans delicacies, the food blog One Perfect Bite, has the full scoop. The writer politely asked to use one of my photos of Cafe du Monde, the iconic coffee shop where the tasty, fried dough squares are served, so I’m happy to link here to the blog.

Beignets are messy to eat since the mountains of powdered sugar get everywhere, but they go down easy with a hot cup a cafe au lait.

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One Response to What’s a beignet?

  1. Bryan Dauphin says:

    Just make sure you don’t inhale while eating one…or you’ll get a cough-producing dose of powdered sugar!

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