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FIREDISC® is a favorite of anyone who enjoys the outdoor cooking life: from fun family gatherings in the backyard, to quick-and-easy meal prep in RV parks and campgrounds, to feasting in far-flung hunting and fishing camps.
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Anyone had the black rubber thingys that the disc sits on melt. Not completely melted but the edge is gone. ... See MoreSee Less
No & used 100xs
Mine only came with those on the feet
Yes and I contacted them and they sent me a bag of new ones for free
Had to buy mine, Had disc super hot many times and they look like new
I’m having a difficult time choosing between the Original and the Limited Edition. Anybody that has or seen both, can you answer the following questions:
Does the new powder coating process last longer and less diminishing if the powder coating due to high heat?
Does the bee disk polishing process help slow any pitting or rusting that may naturally occurring?
Sorry about so many questions - really love this product and like to research the heck out of things before purchasing! ... See MoreSee Less
I went with the limited edition due to Price. $250 off the limited edition. It's arriving today.
Seafood tonight! ... See MoreSee Less
Went with Small Potatoes, Sausage, Asparagus, Mushrooms, Filets, Shrimp and a few pieces of Bacon to garnish the Filets (bacon wrapped per se)
Turned out simply amazing and very damn simple!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for the add! Here’s my first cook yesterday. Cajun routee also known as “3 times stew” for the amount of times you add liquid and let it reduce down. Hope everyone is having a great weekend! ... See MoreSee Less
The burner’s valve stem is supposed to go through the leg… good luck!
So I’m guessing it’s normal for the paint to burn off the bottom? ... See MoreSee Less
Totally fine. No paint can withstand that
The start of gumbo. It turned out awesome!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Fried shrimp and Conecuh sausage!
The best! ... See MoreSee Less
Great choice 👍🔥
We live on the gulf coast. Fresh shrimp and always Conecuh! 😊
I bit the Bullitt and ordered one today. Anyone have any idea how long standard shipping takes to NC? ... See MoreSee Less
3 days max.
It's pretty quick for anything you order to get here. I'm in Charlotte, and just ordered the Ultimate Flipping Tool and Ultimate Gripping Weapon last week. Here in a flash!
I win mine in a raffle last week and delivery was instant!🤣🤣
I live in Vegas. Just received mine a few days ago. Shipping took 3 days.
Had this cool cover made! ... See MoreSee Less
Going to christen ours tomorrow. Frying shrimp. Looking forward to using it in so many different ways. ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome and enjoy!!!
Will oysters, clams and mussels cook in the firedisc without steaming with a lid? ... See MoreSee Less
I'm sure it's possible but it will take a lot longer.
You can use aluminum foil over the disc. I did before I got my lid.
Yeah..I want to grab a lid eventually..... just a bit expensive right now
I saw another post in this group where someone ordered a large pot lid off of Amazon. Royal Industries Stock Pot Cover, Aluminum, 22" www.amazon.com/dp/B008NAKLS0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_NJS8KFH63XT536PRQA0M
Curious to see the bottoms of folks FIREDISC cookers. I have been cooking in my new disc like crazy - when I turned it over for the first time it surprised me how much powder-coat was gone and how much of it was all bubbled up. I know it's natural and does not impact performance in the least, just didn't expect it - how about some shots of well seasoned undersides to go with those slick seasoned cook tops? ... See MoreSee Less
My powder coat was gone pretty quickly also. No biggy, just keep a cookin.
It happens to them. Not sure why people expect paint to hold up to a flame Don't worry about it. I've cooked on mine 150x & it looks the same as it did after the first time
Stupid question… do I remove these rubber pieces before using? ... See MoreSee Less
No, they keep the disc from wobbling
The disc is cooler towards the outside so they won’t melt.
NO, THEY ARE HIGH TEMP SILICONE. EXPENSIVE TO REPLACE.
Nope. Keeps the pan from slipping off.
Victor Ortega Jr.
Yes. And send them to me. Mine did not come with those. 😉
No, if you can’t get it to sit level just give the legs a little kick outwards to settle the disc.
Keeps disc from sliding around
No, you remove the rubber after using 👍🏻
Nope. It’s used for a cushion on hard surface. Enjoy.
Hi, and thanks for approving me to join. I'm new to this firedisc thing. Pretty expensive for what it is. Why is this better than say a large cast iron skillet over a propane stove or a flat top stove. The only thing I can see is maybe portability. I need convincing to spend this much money. ... See MoreSee Less
It's very versatile,very well built, last a lifetime, portable & fun to use. It will be 100× better than a skillet lol. It holds 5 gal of liquid so it's big. It's not expensive when you consider how well built it is, how long it will last & all the $3-400 junk grills people buy at big box stores every year that last 2 years. This will last 100.
Get their spatula too it's a must have
We have 2. One was marked as clearance on their website. The 2nd was purchased last year online from the National Wildlife Turkey Federation for maybe $150?? They are nice, but I wouldn’t pay full price.
I love my FireDisc. I’ve cooked everything from hot dogs and burgers to soups, stews and chili. The fire disc when seasoned correctly works like a cast iron skillet but you have the different cooking zones. You can also use the 1lb portable bottles or buy the hose and use 20lb bottle. It works at deer camp, the beach, tailgating and at home
Yeah, I think I see one in my future.
I struggled with this question as well up until 2 days ago and several drinks. Mine will be here Thursday 😂
The rounded bottom causes variable temperatures on the disk. Large size makes it possible to cook for the masses, but it does small quantities well also. Easy to clean (especially when it is fully seasoned). It looks cool!
Loving my Fire Disc! 😊👍
I go camping a lot with a group of friends and often cook for my camp. I used my firedisc for a 10 day event. Compared to the 3 burner grill we have used in the past, it used considerably less propane and I was able to cook with it safely under my dayshade. Definitely can't do that with most girls without having fire retardant cloth above it. The heat zones are another big plus and allow you too cook multiple things at once at different temps. Clean up is super easy. It's quite versatile. We even used the firedisc as a slow cooker to make pulled pork.
Portability is huge. But we love it at home. Cast iron taste. Speed to cook on. It’s awesome
I have several different cooking devices as I’m sure we all do but the FD is one of my go to devices. Versatility, ease of cooking, heat zones and cleanup are just a few. I would recommend the 36” tall platform for damn near all potential cooking scenarios. Just don’t see the use for a 24” tall but maybe that’s just me. You won’t regret purchasing a FD.
I had a portable Blackstone (like 17") that has been a campsite staple - but having seen a FIREDISC in action, I was sold due to the sides and breaks down more compact. Simply due to space constraints I went with the 24" (36" legs won't fit where I need it to). When I need added height, there are ways to raise it off the ground - or, why not cook from the comfort of a camp chair with favorite beverage in hand 🙂
Pork fajitas! ... See MoreSee Less
Lol wth pork doesn't have fajitas.
That disc looks wonderfully seasoned
I have cooked shrimp in beer and butter numerous times in my Firedisc, last weekend I cooked some lobster the same way and it was incredibly hard to clean this time.
Does this have something to do with the lobster or was it just a coincidence? ... See MoreSee Less
Sweeter or more beer used? If so it could be that more caramelized onto the steel, especially since the thicker lobster likely needed more time to cook than smaller shrimp would.
TEXAS STYLE (PHILLY) CHEESE STEAKS
I loved them! ... See MoreSee Less
Chicken and sausage stir-fry with udon noodles and teriyaki glaze ... See MoreSee Less
It was Yummy
Beef & Chicken stir fry ... See MoreSee Less
Victor Ortega Jr.
Can it be saved? ... See MoreSee Less
Happens to all brands makes & models. It's bare steel then add salt from seasonings plus moisture & you get rust
Pour some vinegar in it and let sit overnight and then lightly hit it with sandpaper
Yes, by the blood of a lamb 👍🏻
Cook some liver and onions in it just like it is. Just don’t take your iron pills that day. Problem solved!
Next time store it upside down😜
No. Send to me and I'll dispose.
Use lard after cleaning. Never a issue with mine
Bead blast it
Vinegar, and some 0000 steel wool. Then season it again.
Bar keep and tin foil and water and it will be like new
Yes. With a wire wheel grinder brush and reseason it
If you live in South Georgia like I do the humidity kills it. I have to store it inside. I sure wish it was stainless.
White vinegar, water and foil to scrub
Mine was way worse. Wire wheel, drill and bar keepers friends.
As mentioned already, orbital Sander works the best IMO. Very easy to get back slick. Clean it good with dish soap & oil it up for storage.
I used my orbital sander and it brought it back to brand new. I done the wire wheel trick but the orbital is so much easier.
Buy a 120qt life cover on Amazon and oil it after you finish cleaning it and out the cover on. I live in the Florida humidity and keep it outside on our back porch and it doesn't rust now. Just have to apply a good amount of oil then the lid and then the firedisc cover and you are gtg.
Personally I wouldn’t touch it with a wire brush. It’s fine. Bar keepers friend scrubbed with some aluminum foil. Rinse and repeat. You don’t want it factory new, just clean so it will accept seasoning. It’s just metal.
Just ordered my 36" model! Cannot wait to get seasoning and cooking!! I'm by myself, and cooking is a bit like therapy....and being able to do it outdoors different than a grill, well......all the better! ... See MoreSee Less
No better way to sear thin steaks IMO- heats up quick, sears hard in the middle and doesn’t smoke up the kitchen Gonna have me some chuck eye steaks for lunch today in fact!
We love using ours. It brought some evening happiness each week to my belly!
Scanning YouTube for recipes now! How long is shipping time?
Congratulations, if i had to do it over i would have gotten the 24", i am average height and having to raise the elbows all the time, besides that fantastic cooker.
Love the 36”. Cooking salmon patties tonight on it!
Chicken, Pork, and Shrimp tonight on the disc. Was delicious. ... See MoreSee Less
Nice seasoning job!
Tested out the steam grate! ... See MoreSee Less
My daughters 16th birthday is coming up and she wants Philly cheesesteaks at her party 🎉🎉 anyone have tips and recipes? Thanks so much! 🤩🎉1️⃣6️⃣🎉🤩 ... See MoreSee Less
The frozen Steak Em's are really easy and convenient, but I prefer to go to my local butcher and have them slice some ribeye really thin on their meat slicer. Other than that, finding the perfect bread important, I wouldn't go with just the hoagies in the regular grocery store bread isle. If you can't find a good hoagie at the store, check with one of your local sub shops, so of them will sell just their bread. Don't forget the cheese whiz😆
I've loved this one. You can tone it down if spice isn't her thing, or go without the beer if you choose. www.firedisccookers.com/cooks-it-all/texas-style-philly-cheese-steaks/
Pork and chicken lo mein 😋 ... See MoreSee Less
Damn…that looks amazing! 👍🔥
First time tailgating after having it for 3 years. Fajitas !!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Where did you get the tool holder for the side?
Sent you a Pm
Coney's with the the Grill Dads! ... See MoreSee Less
Went back to old faithful and made Benihana style fried rice for 6 people. One of these days I might cook something else on the Firedisc… ... See MoreSee Less
I would like a small size for the tailgate of my truck, tabletop style. Oh yes with a carry case. Thank you in advance. 😊😉 ... See MoreSee Less
Totally!!! I would love to see a 12 inch “sidecar” disc for next to my regular disc!
Oh wow, I’m kinda shocked there’s not one already! Could always sell a taller stand so it’s usable two ways (Probably can’t be created quick in current supply chain situation tho)
I'd be willing to pre-order now.
I would buy that sidecar disc and do other things in it at the tailgate, like that hotdog video, so the chili in the Firedisc and the hotdogs in the sidecar
Has anyone had issues with the disc not getting hot enough when using a hose to a big propane bottle? ... See MoreSee Less
Has anyone ordered from the website?
And used the $25.00 off code? ... See MoreSee Less
I have tried. It said it did not exists.
I had trouble, called the company and they were very helpful with getting me the $25 discount code to work.
Fire disc gumbo! Everyone went back for seconds! ... See MoreSee Less
Cooking Wings this evening on the Dog River in Alabama . Waiting on the Bama - Aggie game to start . Half my family went to A&M but tonight we hollar Roll Tide ! At least in Mobile ! ... See MoreSee Less
Gig'em... Played baseball there but we know how this game will likely go unfortunately... At least we can keep it in the SEC 🙏
Go Panthers! ... See MoreSee Less
I like it! Never thought of toasting the bread that way, ingenious!
Brand New Disc…and an awesome first breakfast! #breakinitin ... See MoreSee Less
Team FIREDISC went out to Camp Hope yesterday to donate some cookers and visited with the residence who served this great nation. We are forever thankful for their service! ... See MoreSee Less
Bacon this morning and Fajitas for our Alabama family tonight , tried out some Fire Disc Fajita seasoning , tastes test says delicious! Waiting to see what the Bama folks say ! ... See MoreSee Less
Where are the fajitas?
Light was not too good
Beer braised chicken with carrots and potatoes. Not the best pic but turned out amazing , great way to unwind after a loooong week. Recipe called for chicken thighs but I used boneless chicken breasts since I had them on hand. www.lodgecastiron.com/recipe/beer-braised-chicken-with-potatoes-and-carrots ... See MoreSee Less
Until the lid comes back in stock! ... See MoreSee Less
Galvanized? will kill you
Stock pot lid works or pizza pan as well.
I was going to order a big pizza pan one time and put a handle on it until they finally made one
It has its appeal
Turn it upside down no water no rust
You can get one on Amazon that fits
The 120 quart crawfish/stock pot lid fits perfectly.
Thunder Group Aluminum Stock Pot Lid, 20 Quart, Silver www.amazon.com/dp/B001PZ9MXA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_CB73G3G9YSHN8TCCFKKH
To funny. But it works!! On another note has anyone had any trouble with their utensils handles falling off?
Can you guys give your feedback on the original lid for the Firedisc, I don’t own one but it seems to me like there’s no enough space in between the lid and the grate to steam certain vegetables ... See MoreSee Less
Well there is...look at the pics & videos now you can't pile it on but there is no need to unless your feeding 45
I've cooked both corn on the cob and potatoes on mine without any problems
After ordering my Firedisc a month ago sitting in my shed I finally got her dirty. ... See MoreSee Less
Carne al pastor?
The Original FIREDISC ... See MoreSee Less
FireDisc celebrity sighting: Co-founder Griff Jaggard at the UT-TCU game. Can't have a tailgate without the 'Disc! ... See MoreSee Less
Red Raiders Represent! 😉
Good dinner cooked on the disc 😋😋 ... See MoreSee Less
Gotta post the recipe
Fried pickles and then fried wings ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to the Disc, we were able to add donuts to the tailgate menu! So yummy! Go Runners! ... See MoreSee Less
Disc looking well seasoned ... See MoreSee Less
Looks so good
Cooking bacon on the Dog River in Lower Alabama ! And my Alabama wife cooked her Mom’s Creame Eggs over homemade biscuits !!!! Yep , Texas boy is spoiled . Did learn this morning that if your phone dings that it is going rain in five minutes and you are at 9 feet above sea level than you do need a raincoat and also you can’t boil bacon , yep had to dump water out of disc and put bacon back in and cook with lid on !!!!!! Roll Tide !!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Had 2 discs rolling today for KATS saltwater redfish tournament! 60lbs of chicken fajitas didnt stand a chance! This is the largest cook Ive done and the disc never skipped a beat. ... See MoreSee Less
Who else’s cover looks like this under a patio? ... See MoreSee Less
Store your fire disc upside down under the cover
I put a stock pot lid on my fire disc then cover. No water in it
I store mine in the garage. Not that difficult to throw together. Also kept the non corrosive paper that came in the pot along with plastic cover.
Stock pot lid, cheap plastic cover for dust, on its own cart and rolled under cover of porch 😁
We have a new cover coming out in 2022 that is a new tear proof UV material and fully waterproof with a zipper pouch! Also look out for a new disc only sack/pouch/cover with a zipper of the same material
Over the years I’ve seen many posts about how to bring your firedisc back to glory. I last used mine on Mother’s Day weekend and brought it home and forgot to clean it… So it rusted out. This is the second time in 4 years I’ve had to bring her back. The first picture transition is after 20 minutes of cleaning in the second is after 30 minutes of cleaning. One hour and she will be perfect for re-seasoning. Bar keepers friend and a wire drill bit attachment is all you need. Then get you some bacon up bacon grease and burn her back in. ￼￼￼￼￼ ... See MoreSee Less
Are you heating it up when you do this????
I have had to do the same thing
Anyone else like Zucchini,Squash and Onions cooked in the FireDisc. Lid really helps and the ultimate cooking Weapon. Love my FireDisc. ... See MoreSee Less
No not yet but I need to try it though looks good!
Beans and veggies - vegetarian delight ... See MoreSee Less
That would be good with a steak
Forgot my regulator in the box! Anyone know if I can buy one from a hardware store? Thanks in advance. ... See MoreSee Less
I would assume you could. Just don't get the Jet style
Call customer service Monday and they will send you out a new one. You cannot buy one at a hardware store.
So I bought this used fire disc. It was severely rusted. I used barkeeps friend, used vinegar with steel wool. I also used an angle grinder with a wire wheel. I stopped using the wire wheel because it started to take off a lot of material.
Any suggestions on how to get the thick rust off?
Or is it fine to wire wheel the whole thing? I will attach picture of where I wire wheel and what it looks like now ... See MoreSee Less
Bar keepers friend with water. Blue SOS pads. Even get something cheap like veggies and cook a lot on it. It will come off
Sand blast it
Scrub good with s.o.s pads dry well heat up and wipe with oil. Heat until it smokes real good.
Thanks! I have been scubing for a while. Now it seems to have turned geeen. Is that normal?
Cook on. Adds iron to your body
Use play sand , or course salt , make a paste with bit of wateror veg oil , heat on low and stir very hard with wooden spoon or spatula. Remove as much surface rust as you can. Then rinse and repeat
I’m thinking stop scrubbing and heat some peanut oil in it. Move an oily rag around as it’s heating. Smokes a little then turn off. Do that cycle a few times.
Salt and a potato
Cook 2-3 lbs of fatty bacon call it seasoned