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Cob Cooker

Post by oneday on Thu 16 Jul 2015, 8:10 am

I have had a cob cooker in my troopy and to date have never used it so this weekend I thought I would grab a plucked chook from woollies and a few vegies and see what happens after we set it all alight.

we r heading into Golden Valley for a quick weekend trip behind Croydon station were Mark Creasy has the leases , so a quick call to make sure its all above board and another intrepid video with a few pics of what happens as we venture out into the unknown.

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Post by Wedgetail on Thu 16 Jul 2015, 9:08 am

Ray,

We use ours a lot. Use only genuine Heat Beads the proper ones, the others are poor and don't get as much long-lived heat. Use strictly as per the instructions and don't try anything different as you'll stuff it up. I think you only use 6 heat beads and no more. If you're doing a roast joint, get some of those "cook-in-the-bag" things and put the raw joint in that. It will come out "melt in yer mouth". Get an old spoon and bend it to shape so ya scoop the meat juice out of the channel to make gravy. Failing that use packet gravy. Yaukk. Mad

Ann's at home but you can ring her for the drum on Cobb Cookers, she's the head chef on 'em. Use the home number.
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Post by oneday on Thu 16 Jul 2015, 10:18 am

I HAVE NAILED A CHOOK AND I WILL GO BACK IN THERE AND GRAB SOME OF THOSE SUFFICATION BAGS TO STICK THE CHOOK IN PRIOR TO COOKING.

should be interesting.

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Post by Wedgetail on Thu 16 Jul 2015, 2:00 pm

Ray,

Nah, nah, nah,,,,,,,,,,ay don't need the bags for a chook. They come out tenders no matter what ya do with 'em. The bags are best used with red meat such as lamb, beef and pork, all of which can be chewy sometimes. But not when ya use the bags.

If you put chicken in a bag, it'll damn near melt apart!

If ya wanna make sure a chook is cooked through, get a skewer and stab it in the groin part. If the juices are clear it's cooked. If the juices are in any way it's not cooked, it's dangerous.
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Post by oneday on Thu 16 Jul 2015, 3:15 pm

all good Les.

brought the bags anyway --for when I try to cook A PORK ROLL.

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Post by nosralt on Sun 19 Jul 2015, 7:51 pm

How was the cooker Ray?
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Post by oneday on Mon 20 Jul 2015, 6:08 am

bloody good.
put the chook on with the stuffing jammed in it and left it for about 2 hours....yep a bloody big chook on special ---1 hour per kilo.
we had a leg each and that filled us.
there wasn't much room for the vegies so I didn't bother.
garlic bread and a few beers and we were happy.
used the original Husk as fuel--

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Post by nosralt on Mon 20 Jul 2015, 6:25 am

Sounds good, might have to invest in one then.
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Post by oneday on Mon 20 Jul 2015, 6:56 am

yep its easy--set and forget basically...
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Post by Wedgetail on Mon 20 Jul 2015, 7:07 am

You can even do an apple pie with the remaining coals from the roast. It'll cook whilst yer eating the main course! We've even used ours in the van using the after dinner coals to heat the van on cold evenings. Usual precautions apply and always wear a condom when attempting this. This should only be done by grown ups!

The downside of the Cobb is the cleaning of it. But when do us "ruffy tuffy prospectors" worry about cleaning stuff. Mind you, now the beloved will no longer be prospecting with me, it's ME that has to do all that!! Crying or Very sad
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Post by oneday on Mon 20 Jul 2015, 7:12 am

yeah Les--must admit I haven't cleaned it yet.

That spray on oil in a can sure does set the flames going. lol! lol!

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Post by Wedgetail on Mon 20 Jul 2015, 7:17 am

How do I get onto that website at the top of the page? "Sexy Phillipino Girls"? I need an agency girl to do the cleaning!
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