Slow 'N Sear Reviews


Nice invention for the kettles


Pros: well made

Cons: expensive

This is a nice set it and forget it type of thing. One thing I do want to mention on it...lump coal is not easy to work with on this. Stay with Kingsford. Well made and works like a charm. I am not convinced you need the model with the mesh bottom. I cut a small piece of expanded metal and placed it inside.

Best addition for a kettle grill


Pros: Heavy stainless steel, Made in USA, easy to use

Cons: None

This SNS is a must have if you have a kettle grill. Made in the USA of stainless steel with great welds and very smooth, no sharp edges. The SNS is very heavy about 9 lbs. Simple to use and turns your kettle into a smoker with fantastic results. Simply get a dozen coals going, put them in the SNS, top off with unlit coals and wood. Fill up the water reservoir, holds about a quart of liquid. When the temp is up, put the meat on, cover the grill adjust the vents and you have a solid 10 hours of uninterrupted cook time. You can also lightly smoke a steak and do a reverse sear on it.