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Old 02-08-2013, 09:19 PM   #7
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Location: Kennesaw, GA

I have those same grates for my kettle (although not nearly as clean!) and there is a huge difference in temp between the coal side and the indirect side, even if you don't use fire bricks as a divider.
For steaks I sear on the coal side and then move to the cooler side till done. For tri-tip, I use the reverse sear method and cook on the cool side and then finish with a sear. If I was to guess I would say there is at least a 200 degree difference between the two sides.
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