Cobb bbq at the cabin

Camping with the Cobb

They may not be able to eat meat, but that doesn’t mean veggies can’t enjoy scrumptious BBQ food too.

Got veggies coming to your BBQ? Don't panic - check this out

They may not be able to eat meat, but that doesn’t mean veggies can’t enjoy scrumptious BBQ food too.

Grilled Mushroom Skewers by dinnersanddreams #Mushrooms #Grill

Got veggies coming to your BBQ? Don't panic - check this out

Sheeting Red 52% polyester, 48% cotton, 240cm wide

Sheeting Red 52% polyester, 48% cotton, 240cm wide

Essential bit of cooking equipment for the any camper van. A Cobb BBQ / oven. You light a 'cobblestone' - eco friendly and made from coconut husk, place it in the bottom and you're ready to cook in about 10 minutes at a temperature of about 180 degrees.

Essential bit of cooking equipment for the any camper van. A Cobb BBQ / oven. You light a 'cobblestone' - eco friendly and made from coconut husk, place it in the bottom and you're ready to cook in about 10 minutes at a temperature of about 180 degrees.

Fire Resistant Bump interlining  410g m2 137cm  54in  wide Natural BUMP410FR

Fire Resistant Bump interlining 410g m2 137cm 54in wide Natural BUMP410FR

Bad-ass cheesy corn on the cob With lime and paprika mayo Griddled corn on the cob, dipped into lime-spiked mayo and grated cheese – this is naughty and really nice.

Bad-ass cheesy corn on the cob

Bad-ass cheesy corn on the cob With lime and paprika mayo Griddled corn on the cob, dipped into lime-spiked mayo and grated cheese – this is naughty and really nice.

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