Kale and acai have already established themselves as the go-to superfoods for the health conscious. However, they better make room for the next superfood that’s steadily been gaining traction over the last year: bone broth.
Experts have been singing its praises for quite some time, attributing proper gut health, rejuvenation of skin and hair, bone and ligament maintenance, and even hydration as the mega tonic’s many benefits. In fact, big-time athletes like Kobe Bryant, have been known to be staunch consumers of the magic elixir, incorporating bone broth remedies into their recovery and fitness maintenance efforts.
To get a closer look and, of course, taste, of bone broth done right, we visited The Brothecary in Downtown Los Angeles, CA for our latest installation of Art of Food. Sisters Allison and Janice So are owners of The Brothecary and pair their homegrown, one-of-a-kind bone broth recipes with delectable dumplings to serve at the Smorgasburg LA food market every Sunday.
We sat down with the So sisters to get a glimpse at the unique process of how they make their bone broth and dumplings. The artistry behind the The Brothecary’s practice of making bone broth influenced all other aspects of the operation, from the delicate creation of the dumplings, to the precise plating that served as more of a canvas than a vessel. Truly The Brothecary is presenting bone broth in a way that has mass appeal, which will definitely be a large factor in its success.