Definition of oxtail
: the tail of a beef animal; especially : the skinned tail used for food (as in soup)
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As seen on social media, the East Atlanta Santa was extra generous for Mane's first Christmas out of the slammer with a tall, shimmering tree, presents galore, and lots of holiday cheer (read: oxtail and fried chicken) to go around.
Diners can make customizable bowls and wraps filled with meats like oxtail, jerk chicken, curry and shrimp.
Pick your protein: chicken, beef or for the more adventurous, oxtail or goat.
Despite Portland's growing number of Spanish restaurants, including Toro Bravo, Ataula, Bar Casa Vale and Urdaneta, Zaharchook feels Can Font's menu of paella with squid ink, summer gazpacho, canalones, oxtail more and offers the city something new.
Other dishes on the menu will speak to the global flavors introduced to Americans at that time, like tempura prawn with decidedly Southeast Asian flavors of tamarind, lime and chiles, or a house pappardelle with oxtail ragout.
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