Culture | March 18, 2015 9:00 am

Bone Broth Hot Toddy. Yes.

Where to get it, because you should, and stat

By The Editors

Your grandma would have called it stock.

We call it Happy Hour.

So grab a stool and address the pine, gentlemen, for the Bone Broth Hot Toddy, now on the menu at Belcampo Meat Co.

First things first:

Belcampo Meat Co. is meat, perfected. They serve grass-fed and 28-day dry-aged steaks, raise their own cattle and practice sustainable farming. They even won Judge’s Choice at our Great Steak Debate last month.

As for their hot toddy, it’s made with stock (bones, marrow, meat and water), which true believers credit with everything from boosting the immune system to aiding digestion.

To that, Belcampo adds shotgun sauce, Calabrian chili, sage, a rosemary sprig and lemon zest.

Oh, and Amontillado sherry.

It pairs best, of course, with Belcampo’s certified organic steak — the bloodier the better.

Add an appetizer of hearts and gizzards, served on a skewer.

Cheers, and bon appètit.