This 22" cooking disk features new horseshoe handles from a local farrier for blended Southwest appeal.
- Beautiful handcrafted horseshoe 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 at 22lbs to last a lifetime
- 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)
SANTA FE, New Mexico - The City Different
Santa Fe, New Mexico is the oldest capital city in North America and also the oldest European city west of the Mississippi. Santa Fe is the site of both the oldest public building in America, the Palace of the Governors:, and the nation's oldest community celebration, the Santa Fe Fiesta, established in 1712 to remember the Spanish reconquest of New Mexico in the summer of 1692. The city has been the capital for the Spanish "Kingdom of New Mexico," the Mexican province of Nuevo Mexico, the American territory of New Mexico (which contained what is today Arizona and New Mexico) and since 1912 the state of New Mexico.
Two mysteries surround the spiral staircase in the Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe: the identity of its builder and the physics of its construction.
When the Loretto Chapel was completed in 1878, there was no way to access the choir loft twenty-two feet above. Carpenters were called in to address the problem, but they all concluded access to the loft would have to be via ladder as a staircase would interfere with the interior space of the small Chapel.
Legend says that to find a solution to the seating problem, the Sisters of the Chapel made a novena to St. Joseph, the patron saint of carpenters. On the ninth and final day of prayer, a man appeared at the Chapel with a donkey and a toolbox looking for work. Months later, the elegant circular staircase was completed, and the carpenter disappeared without pay or thanks. After searching for the man (an ad even ran in the local newspaper) and finding no trace of him, some concluded that he was St. Joseph himself, having come in answer to the sisters' prayers.
The stairway's carpenter, whoever he was, built a magnificent structure. The design was innovative for the time and some of the design considerations still perplex experts today.
The staircase has two 360 degree turns and no visible means of support. Also, it is said that the staircase was built without nails...only wooden pegs. Questions also surround the number of stair risers relative to the height of the choir loft and about the types of wood and other materials used in the stairway's construction.
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Absolutely perfect. This was a Christmas gift for my son. He has just recently used it and is absolutely thrilled over it . Very well made!!! And the adjustable height burner is great. Thanks for making something well worth the money!! Will highly recommend to anyone looking for disc or burner. Will be ordering accessories soon.
We love our Disc!
Greay to cook with and easy clean up!
A BIG & Beautiful Santa Fe Beast that offers a plentiful amount of cooking space. The quality workmanship in creating this along with the welding of the handles is second to none. This product will outlive me and anyone reading this review.
Love this discada. Shipped fast, very carefully packaged. Can't wait to start using it.
We love our new cooking set up!! We bought the adjustable propane burner stand, dome lid, and Santa Fe style disc for cooking on our overnight jeeping adventures and my husband prefers the descada at home over our BBQ now! Great quality products and it arrived within 6 days of ordering! We are very happy with all three products
I'm very impressed with this cooking disk. It is a work of art and also it so much fun to cook with! And to support a veteran owned company is a bonus!
The best to cook with and looked like it was already pre- treated. Thank you. Will enjoy.
For the longest time I've been watching these Australian weirdos making these overland videos cooking on these UFO looking deals wondering how to get one. Came across one called a Scottle, didnt really dig that one, a few more, then I read something like "Made by Veterans" and "Heavy Duty." That's the kind of things I like to hear, because in my experience, veterans typically only know how do do one level of work and that's called overkill, these things are just that! It's heavy, heats up fast, cleans, and seasons easy! One piece of advice, the online inventory changes alot. I thought they were running out so I compromised and got a 22"er. Two days later the big ones were there. Still going to buy a big one in a few paychecks with a removable base because that's a good idea. Yeah, I'm gonna be that jerk at the ski hill rocking two setups from Southwest Disk and a ton of delicious food. It's ok, I'll make you a taco. Also, the case showed up today, fits awesome, looks good too!