Most of the cooks I have been doing have been 'Low and Slow" but every now and then I open things up and go for a Hot and Fast cook.
Here are two of them!
The first was a tri tip that had a heavy rub of Montreal Steak Seasoning.
It took about 30 minutes for this tri tip to hit the magic temperature for medium rare.
That's okay, it came out tasting pretty fantastic :)
Like a lot of other folks have said, the Slow N Sear is great for long, low temperature smoking sessions. The slow N Sear also has a LOT of charcoal capacity that lets you get your grill REALLY hot. This is a nice feature for when you want to do some High Heat Indirect grilling.
If you want to know more about how to use this thing then check out the Slow N Sear review I posted!