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Old 04-14-2013, 07:31 PM   #337
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We love our OGrill 3000!!!
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Old 04-15-2013, 07:32 AM   #338
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We love our OGrill 3000!!!

Crap, just realized (thanks to your post) we have the 3000, not the 1000. I couldn't remember the model number, but it's egg-shaped (oval). Love it!! Not sure how many people you can grill for, but for the two of us it's amazing.
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Old 04-15-2013, 07:43 AM   #339
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We just ordered the new Coleman NXT200 to use while camping. It looks like a good design with enough features for what we would need when out in the road...
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Old 07-05-2013, 09:17 PM   #340
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My new Cobb grill arrived today. First impressions are really positive, light and sturdy. I'll try and fire it up tomorrow, albeit just in the back yard.

I've got a Big Green Egg inspired kamado grill from CostCo for regular use at home, but am really looking forward to what the Cobb can do. I've read good things and I've been wanting a smaller grill for ages.
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Old 07-08-2013, 08:59 PM   #341
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Tried it again this evening, on our front porch rather than the back yard, due to biblical rainstorms.

It made perfect Korean style ribs, which we ate on said porch, on the sofa, with a cold beer, watching the storm.

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Old 07-08-2013, 10:12 PM   #342
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Weber Q100, Love it at home and on the beach! Solid cast iron grill is something I thought was only available in high end grills and commercial kitchens, forget portable grills... Sooo happy with it.
^ this.

Lovely to have a thick cast-iron grill when camping. After two camping seasons, the electric igniter still works on the first strike and the thing gets hotter than I expected based on the small flame. Clean-up is simple with the removable tray and smooth, curved lower casing.
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Old 07-13-2013, 06:19 PM   #344
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Here are some pictures of the Cobb in action.

Moat filled with beer, smoke pouch on top of coals. Chicken brined and marinated in olive oil with lemons.



On the fire



After 45 minutes



Done, after 80 minutes. Internal temperature 175.



Enough heat left for asparagus and fried polenta.

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Old 07-13-2013, 07:02 PM   #345
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Thanks for the pictures what time is dinner being served?
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Old 07-13-2013, 07:04 PM   #346
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That all looks mighty tasty. I received my Cobb Grill yesterday. I could not wait to use it so I had prepared some ribs to grill the day before. About 3 hours after unpacking the grill I was enjoying a meal of BBQ ribs, potatoes, onions and corn on the cob. Best and juiciest ribs I have had in some time. Tomorrow I am roasting up a chicken with all the trimmings.
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That all looks mighty tasty. I received my Cobb Grill yesterday. I could not wait to use it so I had prepared some ribs to grill the day before. About 3 hours after unpacking the grill I was enjoying a meal of BBQ ribs, potatoes, onions and corn on the cob. Best and juiciest ribs I have had in some time. Tomorrow I am roasting up a chicken with all the trimmings.
I swear by my Cobb Grill. I've used it on every camping trip since I bought it. Beef, pork, lamb, chicken, fish, rabbit all come out great. I've used red wine in the moat instead of beer when grilling steaks; the flavor of the wine permeated the meat nicely.

Some people I know complain that cleanup is difficult; I don't find it so. Dump the dead coals, dump the remaining liquid from the moat. Spray the inside of the grill with Easy-Off Fume-Free oven cleaner. Let sit overnight. Light scrub with a plastic scrub-brush, then hose off. Cooking surfaces get washed like any cookware, though, using regular dishwashing liquid. There's no cast iron in a Cobb that gets seasoned over time.
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I cooked up the chicken on the Cobb today. Melt in your mouth goodness. Clean up was much easier than the ribs. I used wine and spices in the moat. will pick up a can of Easy-Off next trip to the store. Thanks for the tip.
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We purchased one of the Weber grills, and after we set it up, we realized that the connector from the AS (Bambi 2013) is not the correct connector. So in a last ditch effort to get our dinner, we got a couple of the portable canisters.

Our goal was to not have to carry the canisters. Does anyone know where we can get the correct connection hose so that we can connect the Weber to the AS.

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