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What does oxtail taste like??


er, beef.

Ben Bush

Thanks Sam. Beat me to it!

To expand a little, the main thing that lifts it above any other cut of slow-cooked beef is the velvety texture. I'm not going to try to describe it in detail: I suggest either buying some (it's cheap!) and following a decent recipe (the Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall one in the Meat book is very good) or getting your self over to Hereford Road, where it's usually on the menu as far as I can tell.

Jeanne @ CookSister!

Oooh, razor clams! Last time I had these in London was at Arbutus - wish we saw more of them on menus. And as for oxtail - it tastes like particularly unctuous, sticky beef casserole. Heaven.

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