This 22" cooking disk features 1/2" tube formed into a circle handles that we call "The Angel Fire" after Angel Fire New Mexico.
- Beautiful handcrafted handles providing a secure and safe place to move your disk, maneuver while cooking and carry it as well.
- Brand new big 22" round,about a 1/4" thick Concave Plow Disk
- 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)
- We have traditional Southwest recipes for your enjoyment and a seasoning care/guide for your discada to provide you a lifetime of use
Take it from us.... we have been making these for many years and they are definite "show stoppers" and you will delight and impress family and friends with this unique style of cooking. From small preparations to large parties this disk handles it all. Southwest dishes, traditional, fish fry's, spectacular breakfasts, juicy steak fajitas, vegetarian delights to grilled nutter butters...this discada will handle it all!
The Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway has a taste of everything that's New Mexico. It links the oldest continuously occupied residence in New Mexico, Taos Pueblo, with Angel Fire, which was incorporated in 1986. It is home to the United States' first memorial to Vietnam War veterans. It passes by Elizabethtown, New Mexico's first incorporated town, now a ghost town. Much of the Byway traverses land formerly part of the Maxwell Land Grant, once the largest private individual holding in the western hemisphere. The circle closes in Taos, entering town on tree-lined Kit Carson Road. What more could a traveler ask than a road that ends at its beginning......
Angel Fireis located in the majestic Moreno Valley in Colfax County, New Mexico, 23 miles east of Taos along the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway. The Moreno Valley is a 15 mile long, 3 mile wide, high alpine valley. Surrounding mountains are Agua Fria Peak on the south end of the valley to Baldy Peak at the north end of the valley. Wheeler Peak at 13,161', the highest mountain in the state, forms the northwest boundary of the valley.
The Moache Utes, a nomadic people, gathered in the Moreno Valley in the summer and fall. According to legend, they called the glow against Agua Fria Peak the "fire of the gods."
When traveling Franciscan friars came through the area, they transposed the name into "the place of the fire of angels." The mid-1800s would see the arrival of Lucien B. Maxwell and Christopher "Kit" Carson, who would soon coin the phrase "Angel Fire," in 1845.
In 1954, Roy and George LeBus bought the 9,000 acre Monte Verde Ranch and in 1956 purchased another 14,000 acres, comprising the Cieneguilla Ranch, from the Maxwell Land Grant Company. Ten years after the initial purchase, they decided to develop the property into a resort community. They called the new development "Angel Fire", the phrase that Kit Carson had long ago coined after the old Indian lore.
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Have not cooked on it yet, but no doubt it will more than do the job. Very well built with solid IRON:)
Very nice. It works great cooking over gas. Excellent piece of work.
Nice and smooth, and no sharp edges. Thanks
This discada is awesome. It's also very heavy and should last many lifetimes.
This product is amazing! Fantastic design, solid construction. I was able to cook on it right away. I know what I'll be buying my family for Christmas!
This thing is absolutely perfect. Compared to similar products the price is phenomenal. To be fair, I've only used it a couple of times, but the quality is top notch. The workmanship that went into this is really nice, and the seasoning out of the box is great. Can't say enough nice things about how well my disk cooks, and how nice it is.
Have not used it yet, but looks really great. We own property by Angel Fire and vacation there every year so it has some sentimental value too!
We just received our Discada and we love it. We plan to use it on river trips as our main cooking pan for breakfast and dinner. It is a very versatile item to have in our camp box..
It took awhile to use it (rain), but when I did use it, It worked great. I usually use my 14" wok for Beef and Broccoli Stir fry, but I used my Disk yesterday on my 2 burner propane camp stove. The larger size of the disk made cooking much easier and the disk was able to handle a much higher heat. The Beef and Broccoli stir fry (cubed marinated london broil, broccoli, yellow and red bell peppers, onions, zucchini and mushrooms, with spices and soy sauce/worcestershire) turned out much better in the discada. Will be using it for many other recipes during the coming summer.