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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I’ve only cooked up a few time on this disc but it’s wonderful. The disc is thick and heavy and that makes it hold heat very well. It cooks awesome and is authentic. You won’t be disappointed with a disc from southwestdisc. A friend has one and is equally satisfied.
The Southwest Disk Discada is a must have on our overlanding adventures. We can cook entire meals in one stroke. Super easy clean up.
Fast delivery. Couldnt be happier with this product!
On 3-16-2019 I both my self a 22” Disk and burner with stands. I really like it.. i did few verities of food.. my wife likes the Mongolian Grill.. turned out perfect
Love this! Nicely crafted. Fired up a batch of fajitas for the family for its first run. It was a huge hit!
I love my new Santa Fe disc! It’s durable and the quality of it is incredible!
Absolutely thrilled with this disk!
Love the pre-seasoning so I can cook straight off.
I was looking for a one cooking dish solution for some upcoming overland adventures and stumbled across this disk. I love the large shallow wok design when allows you to cook an entire meal all in one disc my moving food into and out of the heat while also keeping everything warm. Since I just got this 3 days ago, I put it to the test with breakfast burritos. I loved how I could start with the sausage and then move it up on the sides where it continue to cook at a slower rate . I added tortillas to the sides where they warmed. Then I added eggs to the hotter center. Once they were ready, I slide the sausage back to the center to mix with the eggs and added cheese on top. (Adding veggies would have been easy to add if I'd only had some on hand.) Next, I slid the tortillas on onto my plate with the egg/ sausage /cheese cook to perfection. I wiped out the disc, turned up the heat, added some oil and let it burn off just to have another layer of seasoning and ready for the next meal. I love how it's easy clean for next use, ability to handle a lot of ingredients all at once which is ideal for outdoor camp cooking for small or large groups. I'll add some pictures after my next camping trip so besure check out this link soon: https://www.surfandsnowcountryimages.com/Photo-Essays/Photo-Essays