Rix Pit BBQ that is. On our drive from San Antonio to El Paso, there was a whole not of nothin. Luckily, there was one small town in that huge expanse of highway, Fort Stockton. We were really craving Barbecue and there was only one place in town. So we’d thought we’d give it a go.
They had brisket and sausage available, and I opted for a small brisket sandwich. It came with one choice of side. I got potatoes au gratin, because I needed my cheese fix for the day big time. The brisket was good. It could have been a little more tender, but I gobbled up each bite. I poured on some of there homemade tangy bbq sauce. It was nicely spiced with just a little tang. The potatoes were perfectly cooked and cheesy.
Jay was lovin his brisket, green beans, and au gratin too…
If you are making the dreaded I-10 through Texas drive, stop here to eat! Good food, quick service, very friendly staff.
What’s your favorite type of BBQ sauce?