Best Pit Cuisine In LeMons History, or Why We're All Moving To Chauvin, LouisianaMurilee Martin10/25/09 8:15amFiled to: 24 hours of lemons24 Hours Of Lemons TexasRacingYeehaw Its Texas LemonsBMW E30LouisianaFood23EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Working a 24 Hours Of LeMons race is exhausting, to put it mildly, so the LeMons HQ crew always seeks out the best pit party after a day's race session. The choice was easy last night! We first encountered this pair of E30-driving, all-Cajun teams- Piranha Racing and Shrimp Boots Racing- at the Laissez Les Crapheaps Roulez LeMons race in Louisiana. Naturally, they earned a double Organizer's Choice award for the way they fed everyone within several miles of the race track and for the all-out/all-night party they held in their compound of RVs and trailers: What kind of food? How about a gigantic pot of huge, fresh-caught shrimp, boiled with mushrooms, sausage, cauliflower, corn, and potatoes, washed down with supertanker-esque quantities of Shiner Bock? The Piranha/Shrimp Boots folks claim they eat like this all the time down in Chauvin (and Houma and Dularge), so we're all considering a move down to the bayou. Who wouldn't? In the words of our hosts: Come on, now!