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Old 09-28-2011, 07:24 AM   #1
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Default Two of my favorite things...

!. The Cobb Grill is on sale for 69.99. Great grill that cooks quickly and even has it'sown travel bag.

2. It is on sale at Love the Woot...especially the flying monkeys!!! I have those silly monkeys all over my house.

Here is the link:

I think the are usually 129. or 139. for this basic unit. I have the silver one...I want the red one...will I give in??? BTW they weigh only 9 lbs for the basic unit. Of course....once you buy the basic unit then you want the accessories. My fav accessory is the charcoal made just for them. You can use other chair coal though...they do say you should not use the Match Light type though. Usually it only takes 9 briquettes for a meal.
2019 FORD 150.
2007 Trailmanor 3124KS...still got it.
Robin 1,000 Lb Weight Distributing Hitch ...still got it.

We replaced the tires on the TM July 2017 I will update when I have time to get the specs

What's new...we went to all LED lighting and love them.

New 3/25/16 two new horizontal propane tanks.
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Old 09-29-2011, 06:06 AM   #2
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Never heard of Checked it out ....YUP we ordered our cooker. Can't wait to get it.
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Old 09-29-2011, 12:06 PM   #3
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We've owned a Cobb for years and have made several posts over the years concerning same. Here's a tip you Cobb users might try out.

Save one of those little black olive cans about the size of a cat food can and fill it with some type of nut or fruit wood chips. (Our favorite are apricot or pecan but sometimes I'll just go cut a small branch off of one of the apple trees.) Top off the can with water and just set it on top of the coals when you light them. The water keeps the chips from burning up too quickly and you get the benefit of the smoked taste. (Yeah, yeah... I know you're not really smoking whatever meat you're cooking but it still enhances the flavor.)

I've written Cobb with regard to a "missing accessory" but they haven't introduced one yet. While we have the grill plate accessory which makes better grill marks than the standard grill, I'd still like to see them make an open grill that allows the drippings to fall through to the charcoal. Since the Cobb's charcoal is centered under the middle of the grill there would need to be some type of diffuser plate to spread the heat. Perhaps one of you craftsman might try to build such an accessory and let us know how it turns out. - camp2canoe
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