How Hot Dogs Are Made, with Breaking Bad's Skinny Pete
Adam Rifkin stashed this in Meat!
Ashley Lutz recently wrote "The Stomach Turning Process of How Hot Dogs Are Made":
A camera crew from Discovery Channel's "How It's Made" stepped inside a John Morrell factory to reveal the process for how hot dogs are made.
It isn't pretty, as the photo on the right illustrates.
The factory processes a mindblowing 300,000 hot dogs an hour.
The recipe starts with beef and pork trimmings. Later, a whole bunch of other er, stuff is added.
Favorite photos from Ashley Lutz's article involve the mystery meat slurry:
What would Emma Stone say?