Troopers make savory discovery during Level I inspection

He must've gotten pretty fed up with truck stop food.

Sausage

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) took to Facebook on Monday morning to highlight one trucker’s unusual food preparation technique.

On Monday, June 3, the CHP – Dunsmuir Grade Commercial Enforcement Facility shared a Facebook post that reads:

VIOLATION OF THE WEEK – “How NOT To Smoke Sausage!”
“Smoking sausage is a process… Put the hanging or racked sausauge in an area that allows good air circulation all around them, and let them rest until they have dried to the touch.” – www.lets-make-sausage.com
This week’s picture was taken by our sharp-eyed inspection crew during a routine “Level 1” Inspection. While underneath this trailer, several interesting items were seen dangling from underneath a crossbeam.
Upon further investigation, it appeared that the driver was utilizing a creative space to cure his sausage. This is NOT a recommended technique! The airflow under a trailer is full of exhaust fumes and roadway debris.
While CVSA guidelines do not address this situation specifically, our entire staff would like to inform our readers: THIS IS NOT A SANITARY METHOD FOR CURING MEAT PRODUCTS!

VIOLATION OF THE WEEK – "How NOT To Smoke Sausage!""Smoking sausage is a process… Put the hanging or racked…

Posted by CHP – Dunsmuir Grade Commercial Enforcement Facility on Monday, June 3, 2019

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