Learn Why Oxtail Is A Jamaican Delicacy [Video]

formerly the poor man’s food, Back in the day, oxtail was specifically the tail of an ox. Today, it can be the tail of any cattle. What used to be considered a throwaway cut of meat is now one of the most expensive, ranging from $4 to $10 per pound. Chef and food blogger Leigh-Ann Martin introduces producer Doyinsola Oladipo to Jamaican Oxtail for the first time at Island Spice Grill food truck in NYC. See the full video below.

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