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Old 09-03-2016, 12:55 PM   #21
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I asked one of them once how many forest fires had been started by people cooking over charcoal in a state park.
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I asked one of them once how many forest fires had been started by people cooking over charcoal in a state park.
I think the issue is the careless disposal of the coals, despite signs on the trash cans telling people not to dump hot coals.
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They said it was because you can't turn them off by turning a knob. But at one campground they did let a friend use a pellet grill since that could be shut down quickly.
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Come visit the group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CobbCooking

Here's one of my many Cobb videos. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/bdeQkdnJVM8
Thanks for posting; tried this last night and it was awesome. SIL was still snacking when we went to bed and it was all gone this morning.


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Some pretty significant discussion of non-Cobb grilling/barbecue has been moved to

Grilling or BBQ (Topic Split).
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Cobb BBQ - Cooking with a Cobb Barbecue

Decided to BBQ a beef brisket using my COBB. I cut the brisket in half, rubbed it in mustard and spiced it. Covered two on the holes of the holes on the cover using foil. I cooked it using Kingsford charcoal for 3 hours, opened it up and added more charcoal and water. An hour later (4 hours into the cook) I wrapped it in foil with a little water and spices added to it. I cooked it for another 2 hours, for a total of 6 hours. Let it rest for 30 minutes. It came out super moist and tender, with a nice smoke ring.
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