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Jim

Ringleader
Jul 19, 2007
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The Cadac
This is a great bit of kit, it will do breakfast lunch and dinner, but is only to be reccomended if you have kids to do the cleaning.

The Ramoska
We got this a little while ago from Lakeland, its a sort of slow cooker, doesn't use much juice when on hook up, but Sian has cooked some superb meals with it. Last night we had a super tasting chunky fish chowder thing,

The Cobb
Got this at peterborogh this year and have used it a lot, it cooks whole chickens or legs of lamb with just 6 peices of charcoal, the results have been fantastic.
 
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RockieRV

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:Smile: Hi JimJam. Surely these are similar cookers? :eek:

Hi JSW

I am guessing that Sandy does the cooking in your household? :winky:
They are as similar as a porsche, a mini and a DB7......... ::bigsmile:

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Munchie

LIFE MEMBER
Jul 28, 2007
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The Ramoska
We got this a little while ago from Lakeland, its a sort of slow cooker, doesn't use much juice when on hook up, but Sian has cooked some superb meals with it. Last night we had a super tasting chunky fish chowder thing,
Great piece of kit. We got small one for motorhome and were so impressed we bought the grand for the static.

One of my favourites...gammon steak, cook till done, spread with english mustard, sprinkle with grated cheese, pop under grill till cheese melts and enjoy mmmmm
 
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Bessy21

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frying pan

Hi im Bessy we are looking to buy an electric frying pan
has anyone seen them for sale thanks Bessy :wub:
 
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Jim

Jim

Ringleader
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:Smile: Hi JimJam. Surely these are similar cookers? :eek:
No not really, the Cobb is a charcoal oven, and its not much good for nothing else. It can be used as a bbq as well but its not big enough for us lot, but barbies for 2 would be OK

The Cadac is a big Barbie, that will cook for a small army and the Ramoska is a more of a slow cooker, I wouldnt be without any one of them, they are all very different.
 

johnsandywhite

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Jul 29, 2007
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:RollEyes: Good job I didn't buy one of them then? Sandy's sister has a Cob and quite often cooks a Full chicken or a Barby for 6. I did look at the Cob and the Romoska for when we entertain guests. I just couldn't make my mind up which one? So I didn't bother. :roflmto:

:Cool: Yes RockieRV (Sharon). Sandy does MOST of the cooking. I cook the breakfast of Cereal, fresh fruit and Milk and Tea. But I have been known to cook up a storm on a Barby. Even though I don't particularly like Barby food. In Malaya on excercise? I cooked up some real Hot food. Which experiences decided me to open 'Chalkies Bake & Take Cafe' when I came out of the Army. :winky:
 
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RockieRV

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Well we have a Cadac which I find terrific as a hot skillet.....
However, this weekend I have seen a Cobb doing its thing, and have decided that I want one. So my next plan is to buy one - ebay will be the first port of call!
 

Geo

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Jul 29, 2007
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I like our 110volt slow toaster and 110volt slow hairdryer too:ROFLMAO:
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oilman

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Sep 9, 2007
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The Cadac can also be used to roast in. We have had some lovely joints and roast pots done in ours but it did take a little bit of trial and error.
 

gillr49

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Aug 8, 2007
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I have 4 burners and an oven in my Autoquest 100.
Cannot see the need for anything else,we haven't got th worktop room anyway.
Best kitchen gadget is a corkscrew! How woud you manage without one?

:Smile::Smile::Smile:

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RockieRV

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For me, cooking outside is so much more enjoyable than inside - I can cook inside at home!!
 
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RockieRV

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ok, so is anyone here fed up with their cobb and are looking to sell it?
 

Road Runner

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Jul 26, 2007
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got tired of cleaning the cadac:Doh:now in retirement:Sad:

Bought a campingaz kitchen grill and is superb and easy peasy to clean in a kitchen bowl:thumb:

 

Suzy

Funster
Jul 19, 2007
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Bring it to the next meet along with the hitch lock and I will bring some money! ::bigsmile:

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