JB.1981 Posted May 22, 2021 Share Posted May 22, 2021 Just tried out my new eBay steel heat deflector on a slow and low brisket. It ended up very dry and blackened on the underside. I can only assume I've used the heat deflector upside down!?! The cooking grate sat on top of it with no gap at all. Previously, I had been getting great results with my DIY setup but had comments on here about the dangers of using a Teflon pan on the coals. Hoping the 1" or so gap between heat deflector and grate that would be created by flipping the deflector next time will make for a better slow and low setup? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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