I generally do a reverse sear method on HH grilled meat.
I keep the hot coals on one side of my OTG and put in a couple of small wood peices on the coals. I put the meat on the grate on the cool side of the kettle. After a couple of minutes, I move the steaks, or whatever, over the hot coal bed.
For smaller items, like burgers and hot dogs, I often put then right on over the hot coal bed.
The gentle smoke flavor is great and my wife and I feel it makes the food taste better.
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Last edited by BobM; 01-08-2013 at 11:55 AM..