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Specifically the ones that those Hot Dog guys sell on the wagons in Manhattan. I had a hankering for those onions on some Knockwurst. Are those onions prepared? Can one buy them retail? Darned good taste on those onions!

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These are the ones you find in the store. I don't care for them. The truck I grew up with used to makes his own. You would always see 50lb sacks on onions in the truck. I don't know if they still do.

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In Manhattan years ago the guys who sold the dirty water dogs had the best, imo. I think alot of those guys prepared their own too. But I'm gone look for them retail today.   

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These are the ones you find in the store. I don't care for them. The truck I grew up with used to makes his own. You would always see 50lb sacks on onions in the truck. I don't know if they still do.

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Gus' son in law has the truck now.  The onions are still good.

 

 

Jimmy, the Sabrett ones are the ones you remember.  Too sweet for me now, but that's what the NY carts all used to have.

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The sabretes onions suck IMO. Nothing like the ones on the hot dog truck I grew up with. The truck by the train tracks in redbank NJ

Gus, I work right around the corner from him. Great dogs for sure

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  1. Heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium heat.
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