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Old 07-24-2013, 08:48 AM   #10
dwfisk
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All the time on my 26.75 OTG, usually "split" firebricks (1-1/4"X4-1/2"X9") standing on edge to divide the area in 1/2 so I can do indirect then reverse sear. I also recently tried this:

Found a cheap used ($3.00) 16" no-stick deep dish (+/-2" deep; enough to keep to coals where I put them) pizza pan at my local restaurant supply place. Used it for a spatchcocked 12-1/2 pound turkey - only used about 1/2 the snake for a 3-1/2 hour cook.
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