Friday, May 10, 2013

Complete Cobb Grilled Meal

This whole meal was done in a Cobb Grill which is a very small portable grill that is great for a RVing or tailgating.

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This cook consisted of a little over 2 pound pork loin roast along with some veggies. The loin roast was marinated overnight and then I applied some garlic salt and some fresh ground black pepper just before it went on the cooker. 

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The veggies were a couple of potatoes, some cut up bell peppers, celery, and carrots. 

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I made up 2 foil packets of the veggies and with butter. 

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I did the same with the potatoes along with some butter. 

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I also made up 2 medium onions with butter and bouillon cubes and then wrapped in foil.

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I figured I would need about a 2 hour fire so I loaded the firebox with 11 brickettes which will be enough for the whole meal. 

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I carefully loaded my 2 potato packs and then my 2 veggie packs along side my charcoal fire. Next step was to place a wild cherry chip packet right on top of the brickettes for my smoke. 

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Placed the grid and rack on the cooker and loaded my pork loin roast and then my 2 grilled onion packets. 

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I just let it run for about 90 minutes and checked the pork and found it at 136 degrees so I pulled it off the cooker and then closed it up again for 30 more minutes and then pulled the balance of the cook. 

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Unwrapped the veggies and plated them up. Sure looked good.

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Pork loin roast just off the cooker. 

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As served.

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Made for a nice Easter meal and was sure simple to cook on the Cobb Grill with only 11 charcoal brickettes. 

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