The New Orleans Saints bounced back from a manhandling in Seattle last week to crush the Carolina Panthers in the Superdome, 31-13.
The Panthers had won eight straight coming into Sunday night’s nationally-televised game, and had tied the Saints for first place in the division. The Saints were lucky to escape the first quarter trailing 6-0.
But it ended up being yet another multiple record-setting night for New Orleans, an almost humdrum affair during this golden age of Saints football.
From sourcing their groceries to composting kitchen waste and everything in between, more New Orleans restaurants are getting serious about going green, and new resources are emerging to help them do more.
There’s more green at some New Orleans restaurants these days, and it’s not just kale and spinach. I’m talking about green sustainability and the energy-efficient and eco-friendly steps more restaurants around the city are taking to get there.