- Watch: FireDisc Cooker – The Grill That’s Not a Grill

Posted on Aug 23, 2017

When I saw “FireDisc” in the subject of a PR email in my mailbox, I wasn’t quite sure what to think. I actually pictured some sort of wood-burner that uses proprietary wood discs as fuel — but that was way off.

It’s pretty much a huge frying pan with a propane burner below. The pan (or Disc) sits atop a powder-coated steel stand, which is reminiscent of a stand for a turkey fryer. The difference is that this stand is made in two pieces which nest together, and come apart easily to make it a lot smaller for transporting. And although it has 4 legs instead of 3, the fact that it’s flexible should allow it to adjust to uneven surfaces (theoretically, anyhow).

Here’s what they say about it:

"The FireDisc portable propane cooker was designed to be easily transported. Unlike charcoal grills which don’t disassemble and are difficult to transport, FireDisc is easy to bring along. It will easily fit into a truck, boat or RV. The flexible stand also adapts easily to uneven surfaces.

The entire FireDisc system consists of two stand sections that nest together without tools or hardware, plus the disc itself, which sets on top of the stand. It takes mere seconds to assemble or disassemble, and the three pieces lay flat for easy transport or storage. The FireDisc features heavy-duty, high polished, tempered ultra-high carbon steel construction. The stand and burner are all powder coated with a premium thermoplastic pure silicone resin that’s baked on at 450° F to form a virtually impenetrable protective skin."

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