Where does it come from? The tail
A less common cut of meat, oxtail requires time and the right method if you want to experience it’s full potential, with succulent fat and deliciously tender strips of meat to pull from between the bones. Cooked low and slow in a delicious sauce, whether a Sicilian-style red sauce or a Jamaican Jerk BBQ, oxtail will win you over if you give it a try.
Cooking Methods: Braise/Pot Roast
Grass-Fed | Non-GMO | No Hormones | No Antibiotics