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Subject Topic: Cobb carry bag fits it all! Post Reply Post New Topic
07/4/2015 at 4:49pm
 Location: Cotswolds
 Outfit: Vango Shangri La & Renault Grd Espace
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I got the Cobb baking tin as a pressie recently and hoped it would fit into my already full carry bag, and it does

Here are a few pics to show you how much you can cram in there!

Here's the bag zipped up:



Unzipped, you can see the wok upside down on top.



And here are all the contents laid out:

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07/4/2015 at 5:20pm
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That's some size of tablecloth.

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07/4/2015 at 9:48pm
 Location: Kent
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can you tell me how you stack it? I always have trouble fitting it back in!


08/4/2015 at 11:54am
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Quote: Originally posted by blueexpo97 on 07/4/2015
That's some size of tablecloth.





Lol, don't think I can fit a trampoline sized table into the car!

I will check how I pack it and get back to you.



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08/4/2015 at 12:13pm
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Ok Sally bunny, here goes:

In the bottom of the bag, a circular piece of cardboard box as padding.

First the griddle, upside down, in a plastic bag.
Then the meshed Cobb base.
Put the moat part inside the base, plus the fire basket.
I also keep a cobblestone or small bag of heat beads in the basket.
Put the bake tin upside down over the basket (I put it in a bag first to stop scratches).
Next up is the frypan, right way up.
On top of that, the cook plate with holes in, roasting rack on top of that.
Fill the roast rack with pan handles, thermometer, dome holder etc.
Put the domed lid on.
Slide the dome extension ring over the lid, but must be upside down.
Put wok on the top, again upside down.

You should now have a barrel shaped pile of stainless steel! Ease the lid of the bag over and zip up. If it's difficult, try putting the wok in the lid of the bag first and then pull it over the top. The wok handles stick out, but it will fit.

I use white swing bin liners to protect some parts, they are useful if you have to repack the Cobb dirty to bring it home and wash later (eg beach barbie)


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08/4/2015 at 12:17pm
 Location: Kent
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I'll be going home and trying to get everything into the bag! I love the cobb but can never quite get everything to go back in.

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08/4/2015 at 3:20pm
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Let us know how you get on!

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26/7/2015 at 7:59pm
 Location: None Entered
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So pleased it all fits. Just noticed in the bottom right of image you have a canvas wrap to aid in heat retention. Were can I get one.


26/7/2015 at 9:05pm
 Location: Cotswolds
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I made the Cobb Jacket myself! It works well in the wind. Here's the thread Cobb jacket

I just used a length of canvas, stitched it together on three sides and turned it inside out, made two tabs, fixed them into the open end and sewed on both parts of the Velcro. If you make the Velcro long enough, it doesn't matter if you are a little bit out when measuring the circumference of the Cobb, as it will adjust to fit.

Good luck!

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Tent + food + glass of cider + friends = perfection

May: Drybrook, FoD
August: La Garangeoire, Vendee
Plus a few local weekends



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