I have always read (and have experienced) that the backside of the Egg produces more heat. Why is that? It seems counterintuitive. I would have thought the front near the vent would be hotter. I am not questioning this fact, just trying to understand.
Does the fire start method affect it? Should I put the starter cubes (I use napkins and veg oil) near the front to even out when I want it more even. Should I put starters near back when I want the back to be hotter and put bigger pieces of meat in back and smaller in front? For when I want more heat in the back I guess I could rotate the plate setter away from its normal position of protecting the back.
League City, TX