The better the quality of the briquette, the better the results. Do not use any form of liquid fuel. Always ensure that all 3 grommets are in place at all times.
Option 1: Lighting your Briquettes
A. Place fire starter into fire chamber which sits in inner sleeve. Light fire starter.
B. Load fire grid with desired amount of briquettes then place on top of ignited fire starters.
Use up to 8-10 briquettes for steak, chops, sausages and chicken pieces.
Use up to 8-10 briquettes for a roast over 2kgs (4.5lbs).
C. Allow the coals to burn for 25-30 minutes until they are grey in colour.
D. Only put on the grill grid(2) and the dome cover(1) once coals are grey and you are ready to cook.
E. Place grill grid onto Cobb and allow to warm up for 3 minutes. You are now ready to cook for over 2 hours
Option 2: Lighting your Cobble Stones
A. Remove the Cobble Stone from the wrapper – place Cobble Stone into the fire grid and light in the centre (no firelighter is required)
B. Wait 4-5 minutes to allow the Cobble Stone to stop smoking
C. Place grill grid onto Cobb and allow to warm up for 3 minutes. You are now ready to cook for over 2 hours
NB! The size and weight of the food will determine the number of briquettes required as well as the length of time to cook. Quality of briquettes used can also affect estimated cooking time. 1 Cobble Stone or 8-10 Briquettes or 250/300g charcoal gives upto 2 hours cooking time when used in the Cobb.