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Where's The Beef? It's In These Popsicles

Step aside, cherry and orange. The dog days of summer have taken on a whole new meaning with beef popsicles that sound more like creative treats for man’s best friend. NYC restaurant Springbone Kitchen has jumped on the bone broth bandwagon by mixing the superfood with coconut milk, raspberry puree, pomegranate juice and maple sugar to create the latest hot weather snack for health nuts.

Want Bone Broth in Under a Minute? This Company Can Do That for You

Did you mean to get in on the bone broth craze last year, but could never find the necessary hours during the day to simmer liquid on your stove? Well, a company called LonoLife wants to make bone broth as quick and easy as popping a K-cup into your Keurig machine—as counterintuitive as that might be.

Bone Broth Meets Ice Cream Is the Holiday Season’s Craziest Food Collaboration

It’s been a tough year for bone broth. Possibly the hottest food trend of 2014 hasn’t gotten near the same level of love recently. But now it looks like the hip food stuff will end 2015 with a bang. Brodo, the storefront at the fore of the bone broth craze, announced a partnership with well-known ice cream shop Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream. Yes, bone broth and ice cream: Together… at last?

9 of America's Best Places to Get Bone Broth

Bone broth, long a staple of the kitchen as a component in all kinds of dishes, is rippling out to diners at restaurants and takeout counters across the country. While science is inconclusive on whether it's a health-boosting superfood (it's a cornerstone of the Paleo diet, and proponents say it can help with everything from acne to cellulite), there's no denying that a cup of steaming broth will cure winter blues. Here, nine of the best places in the country to get bone broth.

The Basics Behind the Bone Broth Madness

It seems like broth is suddenly the most exciting trend in food. Somehow the stuff that soups are made out of has become earned a place as a must-eat dish all on its own.