So I've been a grill guy forever - like 40 years. Used to be religiously charcoal then was grilling so much switched to gas as a time-saver. With my Weber Genesis being about 7 years old and pretty worn from being used 3-4 nights a week, I aas thinking about getting a big green egg or new high tech pellet burner to try that out for a while. But then wab convinced me that sous vide is the way to go, and I decided to try it. Coincidentally, my kids got me a wand for Christmas without me even saying anything. My daughter is a foodie and she and her BF have been using it for a while & thought I'd like to try.
It is game-changing. If you're not using sous vide on most meats prior to finishing off with a quick sear, you're missing out seriously. I started out finishing/browning/searing on my grill for a few minutes after the sous vide bath... but then for my birthday I got a torch as a gift. My grill is starting to miss me at times, as I've learned that I can sous vide a good steak, pork loin or chicken and use the torch to sear it without going near my grill. And when I DO grill I still use the torch to get the right "grilling effect" without overcooking (e.g. with salmon or skewered shrimp). I have a small butane torch too but it isn't nearly as effective and takes forever. The propane one can hook directly to a large tank, or you can use the small refillable ones (there is an adaptor to refill) for more portability. The thing is like a serious flame-thrower, so it is best to use it outside. But it can sear very well and super-fast (e.g. like a minute) and doesn't over-cook like can happen if you pan-sear or grill to finish it off.
Consider trying this, if you haven't.
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