Cobb Barbeque Grill - Just Purchased

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Cobb Barbeque Grill - Just Purchased

Postby tandmkennedy » Wed Mar 07, 2007 5:44 pm

I just went to the retail store for www.RvToyOutlet.com (which happens to only be a few blocks from my work in Anaheim) and purchased the Cobb Barbeque Grill and Skillet. Great deal, only $69.99 for the grill and $33.99 for the skillet. I printed a $10.00 coupon from the website. So my purchase came to $101.26 including tax.

So, I want to hear what everyone has made in their Cobb. Please share your tips and recipes.

THANKS! Tricia :)
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Postby Juneaudave » Wed Mar 07, 2007 6:47 pm

Great deal!!!! I can smell the steaks a sizzling just thinking about it!!!

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Postby dmb90260 » Wed Mar 07, 2007 10:35 pm

I do not have the skillet, I just BBQ on it. I have done lots of steaks, tri-tip roasts and some blackened salmon. All very good, my favorite piece is the taters. I get small potatoes at Trader Joe's, drop then inside when I first light the fire. By the time I do the meat, the potatoes are done. I don't mind hard crusty potatoes so this works great for me and I finally has taters with the meat.
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