Beef oxtail refers to the tail of a cow, which is typically prepared by slow-cooking or braising until the meat becomes tender and falls off the bone. The oxtail is a versatile and flavorful cut of meat, with a rich, beefy taste and a texture that is both chewy and tender. It is packed full of collagen and marrow yielding a taste that is complex and incredibly deep. Oxtail is often used in stews, soups, and other hearty dishes, and is prized for its exceptional flavor. These oxtails are fully trimmed of excess fat, cut, and ready to be cooked.