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Old 11-19-2012, 04:54 PM   #1
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Cobb Grill Sale

Just to let anyone know who might be interested....
Cobb stuff 35% off and free shipping on orders over $100 this week. Use TURKEY12 for discount.
That puts the grill below $100, but there might be an accessory you can get with it.
Cobb Premier Portable Grill Store - Cobb Portable Grill Home
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Some salmon steak cooked on the Cobb to tempt you....
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:28 PM   #3
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Thanks to you I checked out the Cobb for the first time. Recently I also learned about the Volcano stove. Both look like versatile cookers. I can't really get a handle on their features and minuses as related to traditional "Coleman" 2-burner propane stoves. Can you or others enlighten me please? We are very happy with our Coleman but find we cannot do Dutch Oven cooking or baking or grilling with it.
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The Cobb relies upon charcoal not propane and it slow cooks or can grill your item. It only needs about 6-8 briquets. The Volcano is similar but uses a little more fuel than the Cobb.
The Cobb was developed for developing countries in the 1990's to allow families to cook with corn cobbs as their fuel.
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I've had good success baking/roasting with the the Cobb - chicken breasts, pork tenderloin (had to add more charcoal with that), salmon steaks. Grilling burgers I think is better on a regular grill (propane), but have to work on that. Partial to the crispy bits and grill marks, I guess.
I'm hoping to get more use out of it next camping season, but will try to use it this winter outside. Of course, in MN, that means I'll go through more charcoal.
Clean up is fairly easy, especially if you put water in the moat and use Barkeeper's Friend. I like the compact size and carry bag. Less charcoal use means you can carry small containers of charcoal rather than the big bags.
I still have to get used to allowing time for the coals to be ready, tho.
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Thank's Lil, I signed up at the Cobb wedsite months ago thinking I would receive an e-mail.
I didn't get one.
Thanks to you I will have one in a few days.
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