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22 hours ago

Let the seasoning begin! ... See MoreSee Less

Let the seasoning begin!

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Thats not seasoned??

8 hours ago

This be great on a FD

Pastalaya
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Jerry Clingman

6 days ago

I just ordered mine today. So Excited! Can’t wait to get mine! What are y’all using as a lid? Any tips for a Newbie? ... See MoreSee Less

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Season it well… follow the directions or watch YouTube videos. I have no cover. They sell them I think.

I seasoned mine as per video, I also keep it well oiled during down time, this helps to keep the rust away.

This is the lid I got for now

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3 days ago

Can you use chain mail to clean? ... See MoreSee Less

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You sure can. Treat it just as you would a cast iron pan.

What is a chain mail?

yes you can

I’ve seen them for sell. Why not give them a go?

We use the lodge brand cast iron Chainmaile sponge and it works great

Thank y’all

Doesn't everybody?

Works well!

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2 weeks ago

Has anyone found a good cover/travel pack that works? Firedisc doesn’t make one to carry it or protect it when it’s broken down. Looking for something to keep it protected while taking it camping ... See MoreSee Less

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I use a large wreath bag that I got on Amazon for $11.00 It zips and is very durable.

I literally just joined the group to find out the same thing. 🤣🤣🤣

High Mountain Gear and Repair in Seattle was making a really nice one.

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2 days ago

Why is mine still doing this? I've stripped it and reseasoned the thing like 4 times. Just when I think it's perfect, food gets stuck and this is what I find after cleaning. ... See MoreSee Less

Why is mine still doing this?  Ive stripped it and reseasoned the thing like 4 times.  Just when I think its perfect, food gets stuck and this is what I find after cleaning.

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Mine does the same , not impressed

You have to treat them like cast iron skillets, use only water and boil and wipe out and re-season, I use bacon grease, but others like do use vegetable oil of flax seed oil. Treat them like cast iron the better they will be.

I have had the same issue. I can’t use it all my food sticks and I’ve reseasoned it exactly like customer service told me.

I use a stick of lard to reseason after cooking and cleaning

Use an oil with a higher smoke temperature like flaxseed oil. You are getting it hotter than the oil you used to season it can handle.

I use the “Blackstone” brand lard for seasoning mine, works great.

Bacon grease or avocado oil. Don’t be afraid to use some oil. Keep your food moving.

To add to the cast iron comments you want it pretty dang hot like cast iron before the food hits it. It’s a definite learning curve because you have so much cooking space with varying temperatures. Give it time. It took me some time to learn it.

I coat mine with oil for storage, then wipe out excess oil when I use it, I even spray the sides

Why the stripping? Just season it with quality high heat oil and wipe it clean when done.

I've used Bacon Up, flax seed oil, and avocado oil. I'm ready to use motor oil or some WD40. I've got lots of cast iron that is super smooth and shiny after seasoning.

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2 days ago

The only good thing that happened at the Cowboy game ... See MoreSee Less

The only good thing that happened at the Cowboy game

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There’s more peppers than meat

Yosserai for the win

Well played Harrison

3 weeks ago

A great way to bring in 2022! #firedisccookers ... See MoreSee Less

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Oh yea!!!!!! Looking good Richard Yvon

Mikayla Wright

Looks great - but running your fire disk in the garage with propane - not sure about that

I just wish you could get a lid, after market is 1 month, faster than March. I really want the one from fire disc

Oh ya!!!! 💪🔥🔥🔥🔥

Looking good Richard!

Have had a lid on order for months

Can we use this video with credit on our social media?

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4 days ago

Nowhere better to get your disc on than in Terlingua, Texas! #bigbendnationalpark #terlingua ... See MoreSee Less

Nowhere better to get your disc on than in Terlingua, Texas! #bigbendnationalpark #terlinguaImage attachmentImage attachment
3 days ago

Located in Katy, TX ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Alpastor, cebollitas & jalapeño on the Fire disk 🔥. From Modesto California👌 ... See MoreSee Less

Alpastor, cebollitas & jalapeño on the Fire disk 🔥. From Modesto California👌Image attachment
4 days ago

Brisket burgers for dinner today. ... See MoreSee Less

Brisket burgers for dinner today.Image attachment
4 days ago

All done on the Disc! ... See MoreSee Less

All done on the Disc!Image attachment
4 days ago

Cooking the vegetables for fajitas. Go Cowboys!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Now that is how it is done! Go Cowboys!

Looks good. Too bad the Cowboy's are looking like trash. WTF...............

4 weeks ago

Well, my son in law, Hunter Linton and daughter, Macy N. Linton scored big points this Christmas! Thank y’all, I love it and y’all. ... See MoreSee Less

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Yum!

Congratulations! Look on this site for the post on how to season the entire cooking surface.

Cook some bacon, lots of bacon!

Love mine!

How’d you do the biscuits?

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2 months ago

I already purchased a Firedisc so no need to try and convince me to buy one😁. So after a few cooks on my Firedisc I can’t really see anything that it absolutely shines in. My blackstone seems better in every way. I’ve found it nearly impossible to fry a large amount of eggs or pancakes due to the shape of the disc. Or really anything else of the matter. Its nice and I can see how it folds up nicely is a perk but actual cooking, what am I missing? ... See MoreSee Less

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I almost wish it has adjustable riser to move up off flame for making chili or dishes low and slow.

Deep fried everything

We love making fajitas in it and sausage egg and cheese burritos. I love cooking the meat first and letting it stay warm on the sides then the veggies and then move them out of line of the heat then tortillas while combining meat veggies and then too with cheese then scoop into tortillas. Really adds flavor. Makes a huge difference in taste and love not having to clean up so many pans

A few cooks… very telling. I have both, as well. I can do everything on them with equal proficiency. It takes time to learn a new tool and the craft that comes with it; don’t fret. Disc is far more mobile, and very diverse. It’s my go-to for breakfast for the masses. Learn where your heat is, how to manipulate it, and how to manage it. The FireDisc is not an easy-bake oven… it requires a learning curve. And once you figure it out, you’ll appreciate your investment.

All eggs for 80 people…Have to be patient and break that bad boy in

Try making soups & chillis on your BS. We fry lots with our FD. So much more portable too. Does everything better

I cooked 1.5 lbs of bacon and 12 eggs in two cycles (bacon, then eggs) in a span of 20 minutes. I love the fact that I can keep eggs out of grease, and easy to clean up. Pancakes are definitely a no-go, but so many more things that can be done on this than a standard griddle alone.

I love my FireDisc. You can’t make gumbo and chili on a black stone.

Things you can't do on a Blackstone. The obvious one is frying but here are some others I've done. I'm sure others have more. I love it for Chilli, I use it for gravy for biscuits and gravy. I've also used it with beer butter and garlic for clams. I made a seafood fettuccine on the beach with it. Those are just ones off the top of my head. I have a 900sf 6 burner flat top and use both of them.

Portability

I too have the flattops that I enjoy cooking on along with several other outdoor cooking machines. You will find what works best on the FD. There isn’t much u cannot cook on the FD but it will show clear benefits the more you experiment. My go to stuff are the étouffée, gumbo, fajitas / street tacos, large group breakfast tacos, stir fry (far better on FD), shrimp fettuccine, chilli, etc. one of the more simple cooks for a family of 4 is small potatoes, asparagus, shrimp & filets with the setup and cleanup being extremely simple. Awesome for large group stews on hunts and also tailgating. You will find it’s place in your cooking arsenal. Take ur time.

Try making soup, stew, gravy, boil brats, or frying on a Blackstone or flat top (without the need for additional equipment). I have no issue with eggs or pancakes.

It’s awesome for typical camping or big, casual gatherings. Scrambled egg, bacon and French toast for a big brunch. Paella. Leftover steak and potatoes from last night’s grill? Grill some onions in butter in your Firedisc then add the chopped up potatoes and steak. Those short vacations are good for relationships and the mind, you should relax the culinary discipline a little too and let your imagination go: cook it in your Firedisc. Did I say paella?

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1 week ago

Has anyone found a dolly to set the firedisc on? Yes, I know how to make one, but at 70, don't really want to spend the time. I can't find anything on line for the approximately 30" spread of the legs.
Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Has anyone found a dolly to set the firedisc on?  Yes, I know how to make one, but at 70, dont really want to spend the time.  I cant find anything on line for the approximately 30 spread of the legs.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks

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Why? Can't you just pick it up and move it when needed? Just wondering.

It’s extremely heavy I have back problems so I have to get my husband to move it. This is a great idea 💡

It would be nice if it could have wheels or a separate base with locking wheels. Us older people do struggle some.

My husband made this on a dolly. It’s perfect.

I used a piece of scrap wood and some casters from Harbor Freight. Works like a charm. I’ll post up a photo later.

How about this? It’s adjustable and wheels lock

My stand/ cart

Or wait until the official one comes out for $299 😏

Mike Is that just a stock photo in the post or is that available somewhere?

My husband made this on a dolly. It’s perfect.

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6 days ago

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Great idea Griff!!! Awesome! 🔥

You guys are up early! GreAt video!

4 days ago

SHAZAM! Topped with a Patton hot sausage patty, pepper jack cheese, and charred jalapeño, the El Diablo Burger brings the heat. 📸 via Ernst Cafe ... See MoreSee Less

SHAZAM! Topped with a Patton hot sausage patty, pepper jack cheese, and charred jalapeño, the El Diablo Burger brings the heat. 📸 via Ernst Cafe
5 days ago

Ham and vegetable fried rice ... See MoreSee Less

Ham and vegetable fried rice

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Looks great. I am going to fire up the disk tomorrow and cook some breakfast.

6 days ago

Do you season it first like you would your cast iron? ... See MoreSee Less

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It's all in the manual.

I season mine and cast iron with lard. It seasons well and wont get sticky. There are post on here showing how to season the entire surface not just the middle.

Buy 3 lbs of bacon ends and pieces (it’s cheaper). Cook away. Repeat. Frying with lard helps get the sides seasoned too

Yes

1 week ago

Breakfast after a morning hunt in Alice ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

First cook, shrimp fried rice. ... See MoreSee Less

First cook, shrimp fried rice.

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We're doing a beef stir fry tonight for our first cook!

We did Brock’s Try these they are awesome Grilled them good Pour 3-4 big cans of beer in the disc Cut onion “to put on bun Cut Bell peppers Jalapeño peppers Let this Simmer as long as you want Meat don’t dry out moist Dang it’s good On some good buns with mustard of your liking . And can do a lot of umm I grilled mine on grill first FYI

1 month ago

First meal on my new fire disc😱😱 ... See MoreSee Less

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Absolutely love mine

She's a beaut.

Blake Horton

1 week ago

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Awesome!!! ❤️🔥📀

1 week ago

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2 weeks ago

Pork chops marinated in Mojo Sauce, broccoli and cauliflower, and Jameson Whiskey mushrooms; and that’s just lunch. ... See MoreSee Less

Pork chops marinated in Mojo Sauce, broccoli and cauliflower, and Jameson Whiskey mushrooms;  and that’s just lunch.Image attachment

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tell us about your whiskey mushrooms please

2 weeks ago

Stir fry! ... See MoreSee Less

Stir fry!

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Looks amazing!

1 week ago

So what are your tried and true combinations of FIREDISC dishes and beers? ... See MoreSee Less

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my favorite beer is the one in my hand.

I'm look for like, Jerk Chicken and a German Bock, stuff like that

Potted meat with a natty light

I like to uncover mine on the back porch sit back in a nice porch chair, look at it, admire it and drink 3 or 4 nice local American pale ales.

2 weeks ago

Got my partner a firedisc for Xmas. We've finally had some good weather to start seasoning! ... See MoreSee Less

Got my partner a firedisc for Xmas. Weve finally had some good weather to start seasoning!

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Progress

This is normal, correct?

Did that today myself little by little. 😊

Did mine this morning. Dinner awaits!

We're definitely learning to pay attention to the wind. Seasoning is a good learning experience. Just a bit breezy, and it definitely has an effect on which part gets the most heat

Wow!!!!!

Did mine in spring when I got it. First meal was fajitas

Just keep cooking and it gets completely nonstick.

I just seasoned mine then used the steamer grate for first cook. Turned out great.

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2 weeks ago

So I travel a lot with my FireDisc and I’m tired of carrying lighters around or forgetting them. Has anybody attempted to mount an electric ignition to their FireDisc? If so can your share photos or results? ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

First cook on the new fire disc! I think it turned out pretty good!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

First cook on the new fire disc! I think it turned out pretty good!!!!

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Looks great!

Nice start! Welcome to the lifestyle

Just did this combo last weekend came out awesome

Awesome!

2 weeks ago

Some discada while out on the Ice, doing some ice fishing! 👌🏽 ... See MoreSee Less

Some discada while out on the Ice, doing some ice fishing! 👌🏽

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Discarda and ice fishing is a combo I never thought I’d see!

2 weeks ago

My version of stir fry/fried rice

Chunked up pack of thin pork chops
2 sliced onions of liking
Cook 1st with oil
ADD next
2 bags of frozen vegetables of liking- splash of water to steam
ADD next
3 eggs- add to scramble
Add next
Pre-made rice in ninja foodie (3 cups jasmine rice, 3 cups chicken broth, teaspoon curry powder, tumeric to liking)
Salt, pepper and soy sauce to taste
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Nice! Swapping the pork chops for smoked sausage works very nicely too

2 weeks ago

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Where is that store at? Wish we had one on the West Coast (Seattle ) 👍🏻

Man I love my fire disc and cooking weapons. I wish you made some kind of case for it and the legs to travel with

1 month ago

Does anyone have any idea why I do not see the lid listed to order on their website? ... See MoreSee Less

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Supply chain crap

I ordered one from Amazon. Works great.

The had a pre order deal that was supposed to have product available in Dec. That failed so the moved it to March. But I’m betting that has failed too thus they pulled it. Get a 120 qt lid off Amazon and be fine with it.

Yeah the one I preordered this month for March was cancelled due to an error with the product or something so im on the hunt for a lid myself

I work in a weld shop, had one made outta scrap for free😁

Check webstaurantstore

I’ve had mine for several years before they even offered a lid so I made one out of plywood. Worked great and since I had the stuff it was free to me. A year or two ago I broke down and bought an aluminum lid from Amazon, Stanton Trading brand, it’s a lot easier to clean and not stupid expensive. I also soldered a hook on the bottom so I don’t need table space for it. Best idea I think I’ve ever had.

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2 weeks ago

Seasoned my disc today with some BaconUp! Now, time for some steak tips and more...🍴 ... See MoreSee Less

Seasoned my disc today with some BaconUp!  Now, time for some steak tips and more...🍴Image attachmentImage attachment

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Boom. Lookin’ good!

Looks awesome And what a beautiful place you have

2 weeks ago

I got some nice 🥬 Bok Choy to cook. Anyone mess with it in the the firedisc? ... See MoreSee Less

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No but 8m intrigued please report back !

2 weeks ago

Firedisc fried rice fans- getchoo some of this! (For finishing, not cooking in disc- too much sugar) ... See MoreSee Less

Firedisc fried rice fans- getchoo some of this! (For finishing, not cooking in disc- too much sugar)

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I love making fried rice on my disc Gotta try this

They make a version that’s not hot and spicy for wimps like me. It’s good stuff!

Cheapest place I’ve found it is the World Marketplace store. It’s not cheap but so worth it

2 weeks ago

I purchased my firedisc last year and primed it according to the utube videos but everything sticks even on low heat and takes for ever to brown. I clean it every time as directed and add avocado oil to it before putting it away.

I also use medium heat still sticks. I called the company several times and they said scrape off all the black and food using tinfoil since the water doesn’t work. Again I primed it and everything sticks.

Any suggestions on how to fix this issue?
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higher heat ftw.

You said you put avocado oil on it before you put it away. do you make sure that you put the avocado oil on it and leave it on hot until the oil dries up a little, Or do you just put cold avocado oil on it then put it away? Also if you boil water before you put it in your fire disc to clean it that seems to help process. Hope this helps

Use lard to season it.

Cook a package of bacon on it. We seasoned it that way and never had issues with food sticking. That and we make sure we oil it well before we cook anything.

It sounds like your seasoning is insufficient. It should look like this:

Grape Seed oil is what I use. Always has worked best for me.

I recently used a power sander disc and took it back to a shine due to buildup I could not remove (and got a lot of critical comments like “it’s not supposed to be shiny” which I know) Since then it has re- seasoned. Now to clean i try water and paper towels (along with their weapon spatula to scrape with) IF that doesn’t get it i use oil and scotch green pad to scrub and wipe out with paper towels. (And weapon) Then if needed and occasionally regardless i heat it up 5-10 min to burn oil and residue then dump in a quart of ice water and start scrubbing with a nylon brush while it boils. Always- (Empty and let cool down a bit then) Finish it off with a tablespoon of good ole crisco rubbed all over the inside and wipe with paper towels. Feels like glass and ready for next time.

I treat mine just like cast-iron using cast-iron conditioner and haven’t had any issues yet but like one of the other people said putting it in it clean and hot then letting it cool with your conditioner on it does make a difference versus it sitting on top.

Bacon Up is amazing as well... baconup.com/product/bacon-up/

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2 weeks ago

Chicken Tiki Masala turned out pretty solid ... See MoreSee Less

Chicken Tiki Masala turned out pretty solidImage attachment

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One of my favs!

Great going Jason!! Looks excellent!!

Looks good, what is your recipe?

Chunked up Chicken breast 2 White onion sliced how you like Turmeric to liking Salt and pepper to taste 2-3 jars of Tiki Masala sauce from ALDI Toast naan bread 20min

3 weeks ago

Broke in the firedisc with some discada. About 3 hours of prep and cooking down each step. Bacon is removed and just used for grease. I Learned this in Mexico visiting my wife’s family. Great for having a couple modelos / tequila while it cooks. The firedisc is perfect for this. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 pounds of flank steak One third of a pound bacon 1/3 of a pound chorizo Four medium-size tomatoes chopped Two medium size sweet onions chopped One can mushrooms One bell pepper Half pound melting cheese Two bottles Modelo Negro 1/4 cup tequila Salt and pepper to taste garlic Five large cloves garlic First add bacon and cook to release the grease. Remove bacon and save for breakfast tomorrow morning. Add garlic and chorizo. Cook for a couple minutes Add steak and season with salt and pepper. Add two beers and tequila. Cook down. Add all veggies make sure they are finely chopped and cook down till liquid is thick. This part takes the longest. Heat up your favorite tortillas in a pan and add your Discada. I like to add some freshly chopped Serrano peppers.

2 weeks ago

Did someone say burgers for dinner? ... See MoreSee Less

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Yummy😋

Boom!

No

3 weeks ago

Our first meal was Chilli 🌶, awesome! ... See MoreSee Less

Our first meal was Chilli 🌶,  awesome!Image attachment

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Wow that looks great!

Nice!

Does chili have beans? That looks like stew #yellowstone

3 weeks ago

Pastalaya on the firedisc was a hit for New Years Eve!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Pastalaya on the firedisc was a hit for New Years Eve!!!Image attachmentImage attachment

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That looks so delicious, can you post the recipe? Curious, is the liquid, just the oil from the sausage? Did you pre-cook the noodles.... Sure looks good.

3 weeks ago

Anyone else doing burgers the amount it can hold is amazing ... See MoreSee Less

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We did burgers and hot dogs the other day. It does hold a lot. Christmas morning I cooked 2 lbs of Conecuh bacon and a pound of Conecuh sausage I about 15-20 min.

3 weeks ago

My second cook on my FireDisk, Masitas de Puerco, friggin phenomenal! ... See MoreSee Less

My second cook on my FireDisk, Masitas de Puerco, friggin phenomenal!Image attachmentImage attachment

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I made something similar with pork and it was amazing!! I. Gearing up to make guisados I. The firedisc

3 weeks ago

Finally getting a chance to season my new FireDisc ... See MoreSee Less

Finally getting a chance to season my new FireDisc

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Long way to go.

What’s the best way?

Pure lard

Looks good. I did mine a few weeks ago and have cooked twice, love it.

3 weeks ago

Seafood and oysters turned out amazing!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Awesome!!

Looks Great!!!! Happy New Year Firedisc Nation!!!!

Take the stickers off your lemons 🤦🏻‍♂️

3 weeks ago

New outdoor kitchen taking in the New year with first cook of Fajitas followed by Breakfast Tacos in 2022 love my new Firedisc.. ... See MoreSee Less

New outdoor kitchen taking in the New year with first cook of Fajitas followed by Breakfast Tacos in 2022 love my new Firedisc..Image attachment
3 weeks ago

More steaks! 🥩 ... See MoreSee Less

More steaks! 🥩Image attachment

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👍🔥🔥🔥🔥

👍❤🔥📀

3 weeks ago

Just got my firedisc today. What should I cook on it for a small NYE gathering? ... See MoreSee Less

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Fire cracker chicken! Bring New Year's in with a bang.

Chilli

Fried rice

Garlic Parmesan chicken wings

Fajitas!

I'd say season with bacon or lard and then cook some fajitas!

Paella is a crowd-pleaser! And you can customize it

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3 weeks ago

Trying some firedisc Buñuelos 😋😋 ... See MoreSee Less

Trying some firedisc Buñuelos 😋😋Image attachment

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Im doing this next New Year’s Eve

Damn looks good

1 month ago

More to come as we travel around in our fifth wheel.
How did we step up our outdoor cooking?
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I got a fire disc for Christmas and can’t wait to open it and start using it.

3 weeks ago

First cook on my new FireDisc completed. Breakfast sausage, bacon, eggs, and hash browns for some burritos. Definitely gonna do more bacon next time ... See MoreSee Less

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Got mine last Saturday and have cooked on it every day since. Buy the bag of “bacon bits & pieces.” It’s cheap and has a lot of fat for seasoning of disc. Also, smear liquid dish soap on bottom of pan to keep from burning. Then just wipe off the Smoot when it cools off.

Nice! Working on seasoning mine right now!

Don’t use soap! Just put water in it while it is hot. Wipe off and the apply a layer of oil with paper towel.

Nice. Always more bacon!

3 weeks ago

Maine lobster done!
Part 2
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Did you stay in them

Nicely done!

Ain’t nothing like some sea spiders! Tasty suckers🦞

Now they look Delicious 🍽️

3 weeks ago

First cook, it was a big one 🤣🤣🤣 ... See MoreSee Less

First cook, it was a big one 🤣🤣🤣

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I see you're from the land down under...

Hmm, looks little bland… 😂

3 weeks ago

It’s been a super busy year over the last several months and I haven’t hardly cooked on my disc since June because we were opening a coffee shop! But now that everything is calming down I’ve been giving it a work out! After a good squirrel hunt this morning, we made squirrel gumbo for supper! ... See MoreSee Less