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18" Madrid Discada

18.00 LBS
Calculated at checkout

    With our tradecraft styling and a compact 18 inches of cooking space, our discada plow disk is designed to provide owners with a streamlined look while giving them quality to last a lifetime. Perfect for the camp, stovetop in the home or on the road in the RV.

    Features of this plow disc cooker include:

    • Southwest Disk is the only manufacturer providing a seasoned disco complete and ready to use when you get it, no waiting around. Our disk has its first deep seasoning and firing already done when you receive it.
    • Secure and safe movement of your plow disc grill is assured with beautifully crafted handles that give you great maneuverability.
    • Quality and substance, no cutting corners with our production and disk cooker is 18" in diameter.
    • Solid and sturdy, weighing in at 18 pounds for this fully seasoned disco cooker.
    • Complete recipe website link above and Facebook page so that you can get started fixing some great Discada food for you, your friends and family.

    When you're searching for a Discada, a really well put together disc grill that will impress your family, BBQ or hunting buddies and give you many years of enjoyment, we have the perfect designs. From a quiet meal for the two of you to a large patio party, you can put anything on our discs. Cook up a fish fry, give some fajitas a try, or make a breakfast to remember. 

    Get our favorite recipes from our Disc Recipe link above or connect with us on Facebook - featuring full details on fixing your Discada or your own specialties!

    We named this disco after the smallest town in New Mexico - A Ghost Town Reborn....


    The town of Madrid (pronounced with the accent on the first syllable: MAD-rid, not Ma-DRID (http://www.visitmadridnm.com/) was founded in 1869, but it wasn’t until the 1880’s when the Santa Fe Railroad arrived in the area, that coal mining began on a large scale. By this time, the short lived gold had played out, and most of the solitary miners gave way to larger companies who moved in to develop large coal mining operations.
    As many as 1,500 years ago the first Native American inhabitants mined the turquoise and lead deposits in the nearby hills. When the Spaniards first arrived in 1540, they largely ignored the Indians and their turquoise, more interested in finding the more valuable minerals of silver and gold. (http://www.legendsofamerica.com/nm-madrid.html)

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    1. awesome  star rating

      Posted by Rudy Garcia on 16th Nov 2016

      Just wanted to share my opinion on this product can wait to use it, should have ordered the next big one. I definitely recommend this Disk thank you

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