A sausage sizzle is a sausage with all the crap cooked out of it, served on a piece of white bread, sometimes with onions.
Changes to ACT law will see fund-raising activities by community and non-profit groups exempted from onerous food safety regulations and a new category created for large events with a higher health risks for consumers.
Laws introduced in September 2013 sparked a community backlash, including over requirements that organisations holding more than five food sales each year appoint a trained food safety officer to prevent hygiene problems and food poisoning.
Organisers of sausage sizzles and other food sales in Canberra said expensive training and compliance threatened their viability.
Microorganisms don’t care a lot about politics.
Parents should care a lot about microorganisms.