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Well, "summer of" may be overstating it. The popsicle, which is made by NYC restaurant Springbone and costs four dollars, doesn't seem to be a hit with everyone. For example, Jim Parsons didn't seem too into it, and the kid they brought up from the studio audience, Francesco, is clearly not a fan.
The first word that comes to his head is "raw meat." Mmmmm, sounds super refreshing!
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According to Kelly Ripa and the NY Post, besides one-third of a cup of beef bone broth, the popsicles also contain raspberry puree, maple sugar, coconut milk, and pomegranate juice. Jordan Feldman, the founder of Springbone, described the meat-sicle as "a little bit sweet," but claims you can't taste the meat.