FireDisc® Cookers Are A Hot Father’s Day Gift Idea

Posted on Jun 01, 2017

HOUSTON, TX (May 2017) – FireDisc® is the perfect Father's Day gift for the Dad who likes to fish, hunt, camp, RV, tailgate or just recreate outdoors.

Unlike grills, which require charcoal and the disposal of spent charcoal, don't disassemble, and are a pain to pack, the FireDisc Cooker is made to bring along. The clever three-piece design makes assembly/disassembly a breeze (no tools) and allows for easy transport and storage.

Better yet, FireDisc will cook virtually everything. It operates on a readily-available propane canister, fires up fast (no waiting for charcoal), cooks for plenty of people, seasons like a cast iron skillet and cleans up quickly with just water.

FireDisc is massively overbuilt, incredibly easy to use and is a unique gift that any Dad will use all year around – and for years to come.

FireDisc President Griff Jaggard explains, "Everyone loves how easy FireDisc is to haul, set up, cook on and clean. It's perfect for cooking in the great outdoors or even in your back yard."

FireDiscs come in deep or shallow, short or tall, black or red and are available starting at $279.99 at firedisccookers.com and at select outdoor retailers and hardware stores across the country.

About FireDisc Cookers

A FireDisc® portable propane cooker is built to haul and cooks it all. Influenced by plow disc cookers from past generations, FireDisc® is an extremely well-built, high-performance cooking device designed for outdoorsmen. It gives you maximum portability and cooking versatility but with minimum effort. FireDisc® is easy to bring along (it takes down into three parts), fires up fast, cooks plenty of good food and cleans up quickly with just water.

Based in Houston, Texas, Fire-Disc® Cookers was founded by two brothers who share a passion for food and the outdoors – Griff and Hunter Jaggard. Growing up in Texas they had seen discada cooking and decided to improve upon that concept and developed premium, portable cookers and accessories. Now they are sharing this authentic border-style outdoor cooking method with the rest of the country and beyond.