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Subject Topic: Cobb bbq vs Slow Cooker Post Reply Post New Topic
22/5/2013 at 6:15pm
 Location: Oxfordshire
 Outfit: Bell tent
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Going camping for 5 nights over the bank holiday and in an attempt to add variety to our meals I have been considering buying a Cobb - but many reviews say hard to hand wash, so what about the slow cooker? Wondering if the Campsite EHU will be able to cope with it.

Have a 2 ring cooker in any case so can be quite creative - just didn't want to spend the time slaving over a hot stove!!



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22/5/2013 at 7:43pm
 Location: South Liverpool
 Outfit:  Burstner Ventana 530tk
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The Cobb is fine to wash if you use fairy green spray (sorry not sure of the name! But it's a green spray bottle). When you've used the cobb, put a little water into the Moat and the heat left in it will start to loosen things. After your meal spray the rest with fairy, leave for 30 mins. Then wash off without any trouble at the big sink. Done. Or so hubbies says.....
Your other question about a slow cooker and the ehu, should be no problem at all. I also use one! As well as the Cobb & cadac depending on where we're staying get & who with etc..


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22/5/2013 at 8:17pm
 Location: Derbyshire
 Outfit: Camplet Concorde Bailey Phoenix+ 420
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Fairy power spray, works wonders. I generally just wash the grill plate in between uses, the actual Cobb gets a wipe with some kitchen towel and washed after last use of the trip. It has a proper wash in the dishwasher too when we get home.


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22/5/2013 at 10:51pm
 Location: High Wycombe
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I am selling our Cobb if you wanted to save some money, I'm currently living in High Wycombe.


22/5/2013 at 11:00pm
 Location: North Yorkshire
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Love my slow cooker and it will definitely be coming away with me this weekend.
It uses very little power and you can make loads of delicious meals in it.

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23/5/2013 at 8:07pm
 Location: Oxfordshire
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Masekwm - I would be relly interested in buying it - what sort of price did you have in mind and what would that include?

Might not quite make it for this weekend - but I am planning many trips.



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23/5/2013 at 11:22pm
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The only 3 things you really need for holiday cooking:-
1) slow cooker
2) Remoska
3) kettle


24/5/2013 at 8:25am
 Location: High Wycombe
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Quote: Originally posted by purpleperil on 23/5/2013

Masekwm - I would be relly interested in buying it - what sort of price did you have in mind and what would that include?

Might not quite make it for this weekend - but I am planning many trips.





Hi,

Just updated my advert http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/forsale/v/Cobb-bbq/16959



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