This 22" cooking disk features 5" BBQ handles that we call "The Springer" after Springer New Mexico.
- Beautiful handcrafted handles providing a secure and safe place to move your disk, maneuver while cooking and carry it as well.
- The Springer handles help in dissipating heat.
- 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)
SPRINGER, New Mexico
Where the High Plains Meet the Foothills
With a history as colorful as the buildings that line its streets, Springer finds its beginnings in the turbulent days of the Maxwell Land Grant, when the Utes and Apaches roamed the territory, and trappers, prospectors, buffalo hunters, cattlemen, and outlaws sought their fortunes all across the land.
Springer was named for Frank Springer, a brilliant lawyer from Iowa who arrived in Cimarron on February 22, 1873. As attorney for the Maxwell Land Grant Company, he won stubbornly contested litigations which lasted nearly 20 years. An historic case was won in the U.S. Supreme Court, and it is said that Mr. Springer presented one of the finest land grant arguments ever made before that tribunal. Mr. Springer became president of the Maxwell Land Grant Company in 1891 and directed the development of this vast area into cattle ranches and farming, timber and mining enterprises. His CS Ranch brought one of the first herds of hereford cattle to the area in 1882. The CS Cattle Company is operated today by his descendants. He and his brother Charles were responsible for building Eagle Nest Dam in 1916. A man of many interests, he was a world authority in geology and paleontology -- his fossil crinoid collection is now in the U.S. National Museum in Washington, D.C. He was a founder of both New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas and the New Mexico Art Museum in Santa Fe.
Springer is also home to New Mexico'sfirst and only electric chair (complete with a battered glamour mannequin about to be fried) and a "shoe of a giant" -- a brown wingtip that once belonged to Robert Wadlow, the world's tallest man.
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As soon as I received the disk I cleaned it and made Fajitas on it. Awesome unit...its is definitely a family size at 22". So I placed additional order for a 18" so I can take it for camping. I worked better for me than the griddle I have.
Shipping was fast and it’s everything I had hoped for.
Professional made and good quality DISK I’m impressed thank you southwestdisk
Wow I’m very impressed this is best Discada I ever seen thank you guys for it I’m highly recommend it
Beautiful Cooking Disk smooth cooking surface . Well made Great Craftmanship Cooking a Breeze Endless Recipe Capabilities
Excellent product. Bought 18” 22” and 24”
I initially bought the 22 inch disc and then I was so pleased with how professionally it turned out that I went back and bought an 18 inch disc to go give my brother who is also a backyard chef! Before I purchased the first disk I ask David what the welds look like on the back because I have seen a couple of these done locally but they look like they were done by a bunch of welding 1A neophytes. needless to say the welds are perfect. I bought the wire spring handles For the 22 inch disc and the straight half inch handles for the 18”. I also purchased the custom-made covers for each. I don’t think you can find anything that even comes close to how well these are done for the price they charge. I am really picky about quality control and these passed with flying colors. Chuck J. Elk Grove, CA
Was of good quality. Cooked well with even heat. Was able to fry fish in this unit easy.