First time I'd been to McKenzie's. Texas is famous for its barbecue eateries, most of which are fair to acceptable, mainly because they use brisket which is only fair and smoke it only fairly well. This place has beef which is not very tender and, in my view, sliced too thickly. It should not be difficult to cook great brlsket, but few bother to do it. I also had sausage, which was
passable. Their pinto beans had a slightly off flavor but were OK. Cold potato salad was excellent. Plain white bread was OK
I had peach cobbler (apple and blackberry were also offered). The dough was not as good as my mother made, but overall the
cobbler was good. Compared to other BBQ places, this was at least good, because it was a bit better than most. They would
improve it just by cutting very thin brisket slices (more trouble and skill but worth it). Also, serve a better grade of beef, even if
you must increase price a little. Then McKenzie's would be excellent!
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