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24" RIO GRANDE - The biggest one yet

$80.00
SKU: RG024
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    New and only offered at Southwest Disk - This is the largest disc available at 24 inches!

    This brand new discada/disco cooking disc features your choice of handles - Angel Fire (1/2" Circle), Santa Fe (Horse Shoes), BBQ Springer (Springs) or the Trinity (1/2" Oval) handles.

    We named this one after the mighty Rio Grande River. 

    Features:

      • Huge 24" diameter
      • Semi-Flat bottom at about 10" across
      • Cones up to a height of 4"
      • Gives you 27" of cooking space end to end...this will hold a lot of food!!
      • Weighs in at a hefty 25 pounds and just shy of a 1/4" thick
      • Handles providing a secure and safe place to maneuver while cooking and carry it as well
      • * Burner sold separately

     

    • We thoroughly prep and clean the disk so you don't have to
    • We provide the disk with its first deep seasoning and firing 
      (It is READY TO USE when you receive it)
    • Size comparison to our standard 22" discada's 
      cooking-plow-disc.jpg 

      The Mighty Rio Grande - One of the longest rivers of North America.  The Rio Grande flows out of the snowcapped Rocky Mountains in Colorado and journeys 1,900 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. It passes through 800 foot chasms of the Rio Grande Gorge, a wild and remote area of northern New Mexico. The canyon provides a wide variety of recreational opportunities, luring fishermen, hikers, artists, and whitewater boating enthusiasts. Access in the upper canyon is restricted by the terrain, but several trails lead to the rivers edge. The two most popular whitewater segments are the Taos Box, 17 miles of Class IV whitewater, and the 5 mile Racecourse, a Class III segment. The lower canyon is paralleled by state roads, and receives the majority of the recreational use.
      The Rio Grande and Red River designation was among the original eight rivers designated by Congress as Wild and Scenic in 1968. The designation was extended by legislation in 1994 to include an additional 12 miles of the Rio Grande. The designated area includes 60 miles of the Rio Grande from the Colorado/New Mexico state line to just beyond BLM's County Line Recreation Site, and the lower 4 miles of the Red River.

     

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    1. Read this review! You MUST buy this product.  star rating

      Posted by Luke on 23rd Jul 2018

      I could write for days about the quality of these discos. I am a commercial whitewater rafting outfitter and was first introduced to disco cooking by a good friend of mine who I guided multi-day rafting adventures with in Hells Canyon of Idaho. He had traveled to South American and returned with a disco and shared the knowledge about how to use it. Since then our guide staff (approx. 15 people) has exclusively used Southwest Disks products for our camp and just recently we did a 20 person corporate trip and did ALL of our cooking on Discos... bacon and eggs, fajitas... they came out great! I just got an email from the organizer saying that the food was well above expectations. This product is a must have. You need to get one and learn how to use it and your life will never be the same. I was a cook for years, then an expedition and hunting camp cook and backcountry guide in Idaho for over a decade and am pretty darn good with a dutch oven, but the Disco is in many cases much easier to use and man does the food come out great. You can use a firepan and a bed of coals, a blaster stove (we use the Woodland power stove in our kitchen), or a campfire. Last trip we had 4 discos going for all meals... very very very satisfied!!!

    2. Family Loves it!  star rating

      Posted by Joe B. on 28th Jun 2018

      Really a fun tool to cook with. Best outdoor cooking only bad thing is family always wants me to be cooking on it. :)

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