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    Yep I just bought it, price is excellent!

    I'll use it at home all the time too and solo trips rather then carrying burners and bottles, happy days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Yep I just bought it, price is excellent!

    I'll use it at home all the time too and solo trips rather then carrying burners and bottles, happy days!
    You won't be sorry 😀
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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Yep I just bought it, price is excellent!

    I'll use it at home all the time too and solo trips rather then carrying burners and bottles, happy days!
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    Stropp or anyone else who owns a cobb, have you ever used coals from the camp fire to put in the Cobb?

    I understand it won't be as dense as briquettes for roasting but maybe for a brekky bacon and eggs or stir fry, steaks etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Stropp or anyone else who owns a cobb, have you ever used coals from the camp fire to put in the Cobb?

    I understand it won't be as dense as briquettes for roasting but maybe for a brekky bacon and eggs or stir fry, steaks etc?
    Have never thought about trying coals AB as there is not a large area to put them in, give it a try and let us know.
    I think that if you had some good hard wood coals it may work, but you may end up with smokey bacon.

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    No mate I haven't as I usually use gas for breakfast cooking
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    I've just put the leg of lamb on the cobb with veg, my first roast on the cobb!

    It's 1.1 kg so normal oven would be a bit over an hour or so.

    Everyone on the web says 2 hours and it won't go dry, you can cook as long as you want etc but I have experienced dry roast on Darren's cobb when we over did it.

    Has anyone cooked a kg of lamb on their Cobb and time advice?

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    Amy is fairly keen for a Cobb now too, I reckon that sounds like permission! Haha

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    Cook it until its done. Not too long or ittl be dry

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    Quote Originally Posted by growler2058 View Post
    Cook it until its done. Not too long or ittl be dry
    Don't know what I'll do without you growler...lol

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