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Foodie Saturdays: How New York’s Favorite Hot Dog Is Made

Welcome to the Foodie Saturdays segment! Each week here on Geek Alabama, Foodie Saturdays will feature food related content. We here at Geek Alabama will make foodies out there very happy when we feature a video or post all about food, eating food, or making food.

In this episode of “On the Job,” Priya shows you how the sausage gets made. Or in this case, the hot dog. But not just any hot dogs — these are New York’s favorite dog, Sabrett.

In New York, you cannot escape the famed blue and yellow Sabrett umbrellas. They’ve appeared in countless films and television shows, and throughout popular culture. The nearly 100-year-old family-run business is the sixth-largest hot dog distributor in the United States, but how do the dogs get made? Follow along as Priya dives in to the complex process and skilled labor behind the scenes.

“On the Job With Priya Krishna” is a series about labor and the people who shape what we eat and how we eat, and whose jobs often go unseen. Tune in.

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