May 23, 2014|
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You might not be able to tell by looking at -- brick exterior of their Howard street home but inside the Siemens building is this state of the -- meat processing facility at this time of year about fifty employees at any given time work to prepare hot dogs and other deli products they all work with heavy machinery that seems complicated at first glance but Joseph assailant explains that the process is rather -- Well we basically do our blending and our seasons. Molson dry stuff into this -- -- process. Into the casings that are just cautioned there in the cooking chilling packaging and then ship it. In between all of them the meat can be tested in a number of ways including by a type of X ray machine used on occasion to tell -- something on wanted sneaks into the product what part of the process gives the hot dogs their distinct salience taste. Almost let's say 89%. Is in the flavor profiles are placing it between my dad and -- -- believe they've refined form. In the late 1950s and early 1960s. And there's been very little modification. True that since that time. What ingredients to make up this -- and spice that is a made in Western New York secret.