For optimal use of the Sure Sear
methods are recommended.
Cooking by Direct Heat means the food is placed on grill grates
directly above lighted burners. Hood position affects total cooking
Direct Heat sears the food. Searing is a process that seals natural
juices in food by cooking with intense heat for a short period of
time. While juices stay inside, the outside is browned with a
ﬂ avorful grilled coating.
For best results, do not select the Indirect Heat cooking method
when it is windy.
Cooking by Indirect Heat means the food is placed on the grill
grate above an unheated burner, allowing heat from lighted
burner(s) on either side to cook the food.
If possible, turn on two burners. Cook with the hood down. This
will shorten the cooking time.
Place food only on the grill grate over the OFF burners.
system, the following cooking