Wine-Braised Oxtails with Mascarpone Mashed Potatoes
Oxtail is the common name for a cow’s tail. It is used in a variety of cuisines, including traditional Jamaican and Chinese recipes. Oxtail is most often served as part of a stew or a soup, as the fat, cartilage and bone marrow add plenty of flavor. The meat becomes very tender when it is subjected to wet cooking for long periods of time.