Every year it's something different. This year New Orleans restaurants joined to build the world's longest oyster po-boy - running the entire 300 block of Bourban Street.
Each restaurant put its own spin on their section of the po-boy - different dressings, different ingredients - up to them.
Once everyone was finished, the po-boy was cut into hundreds of sections - free to the spectators. Took maybe an hour to build the po-boy. All gone in a minute.