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Oxtail Stock

Oxtail stock and oxtail soups are some of the great delights of the table, with an intense flavor all their own. This stock will produce ...

by Barbara Kafka


Oxtail Sauce

To peel and seed a tomato: This quick and easy technique is the surest way of peeling tomatoes without having to blanch them in boiling w...

by Wai Hon Chu and Connie Lovatt


Provencal Veal Stew

Herbes de Provence lend their perfume to this lovely stew. The bones in the veal neck flavor the cooking liquid, making the use of addit...

by Leslie Revsin


Oxtail Soup with Fava Beans

Oxtail stock is just another form of beef stock and is fabulous served as a consommé. This is another dividend soup, using the meat left ...

by Barbara Kafka


Braised Oxtail with Wine and Herbs

Oxtail is high in gelatin, and it gives extraordinary texture to the sauce in this robust dish.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Spicy Oxtails with Pears and Sweet Potatoes

Everyone knows that the best meat is next to the bone, and with an oxtail, all the meat is next to the bone. There’s not another part of ...

by Daniel Boulud


Gnocchi with Fresh Tomatoes, Green Olives, and Smok...

These are the gnocchi of my childhood, but we almost always ate them with an oxtail ragu (we lived to chew on the little “hubcap” bones ...

by Mario Batali


Lamb Shanks with Mushroom Bolognese

I grew up eating cuts such as shank, short ribs, and oxtails. And I love the flavor imparted by the slow braising these cuts require. Lam...

by Michael Chiarello


Hearty Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup

Pho (pronounced like the French word for fire, feu) means “noodle,” as well as “noodle soup,” and bo means “beef.” In this classic pho, ...

by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid

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Using stocks in place of water in a recipe gives an added dimension of flavor, so they’re well worth making and using if you can. Many of...

by Tom Fitzmorris


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