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.
- 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
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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Heard about Soutwest Disk through a friend. This disc is high quality craftsmanship and cooks great! Since I purchased my Rio Grande, I have purchased 4 additional discadas as presents for family members who enjoy cooking.
I have only used this once since receiving it, which was 1 week ago. Have to say it is very good quality and was great to cook in. It said it came pre seasoned, but I prepped it two more times before use. Can't wait to use it much more. Will probably be my go to for outdoor cooking. I like it because the different meals that can be prepared using this.
This thing is a heavy duty High quality
Fast shipping and excellent product. Used to make crackling for first cook and couldn't be happier with results. Can't wait to keep trying new recipes on it.
Very well built. Heavy duty. Couldn't be happier.
Use it at our regular camping outings and on the patio
I got my disc a week ago and after gotten i washed really good and right away im start cooking something on it I’m ready been using three times and I’m so happy their food not even a stick on the disc I really love it this is highest quality disc handcraft maid that i have seen If you’re shoppi highest quality disc that i have seen If you’re shopping, look no further unless high quality, american made, is not what you’re looking for with this product you are getting what you’re paying for, and so much more. You’re getting something that is crafted by a U.S. Veteran that served our country and help defend our rights that so many take for granted thank you so much for your services and a outstanding product definitely recommend 100% this company For whoever trying to get in there on the disc this is the place are you looking for The people working here they know what they doing and then doing really well and also they shipping out the items fast thank you so much
Received my 24” Rio Grande discada last week. Cooked on it three nights straight - costillas de res and also skirt steak fajitas. Initially thought the 24” might be too large - but the extra inches really let you push things up the disc while cooking more in the flat base or space also easily let’s you line the outside with tortillas. I think my normal grill will be getting significantly less use. Disc cooking for the rest of the summer! Thank you!
The Rio Grande is very well made but the sides are a little too steep. I wish I would have bought shallower 24” disk so my food wouldn’t slide down to the middle. It’s still a great product though.