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Hey everyone!

 I have been looking at the Carolina cooker/ discada for quite some time now. I have found a

place to purchase one, and I am really excited about the new way of cooking. 
 

While I am ready to take the plunge and purchase one, I have a question. Would a discada work well on a camp chef single burner?  Or does the burner section need to be more open for a discada?

 

any input on the matter, or on discadas period would be great!!!

 

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I just purchased this from Southwest Disc Co and I plan to use over open fire but also plan to get this one for propane use.

 

Scott

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Eastman Outdoors 90411 Portable Kahuna Burner with XL Pot and Wok Brackets with Adjustable and Removable Legs,Black Amazon 

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Maybe we can start a thread for cowboy wok or discada cooking whether over an open fire or propane. One dish I can't wait to do is a Mexican discada, if you look online you will see tons of videos showing different types of discada.

 

Scott

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Hey Scott!

thats funny that you showed that discada. After I posted this subject, k got busy back at work for the week and forgot about it. But, I also ordered the 24” with the bbq spring handle, as well as the xl burner, all from southwestdisk !  It is suppose to be here Tuesday. I can’t wait. 
 

how long have you had yours?
 

It would be nice to have a subject for the discada here. 

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11 hours ago, bushcraft_joe said:

how long have you had yours?

Just under a week off tomorrow hope to put a few more rounds of seasoning on if it doesn't rain. Once you get yours and do a cook we can start a thread in non-kamado cooking section.

 

Scott

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This evening I used the vision grill

smoker to smoke wings. 16 wings, 225 degrees for 2 hrs, using cherry wood. 
 

fired up the discada, using vegetable oil, I tossed the wings in for a quick minute and a half to add that nice crunch. 
 

These were some of the best wings I have ever done. 

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