I placed mine in my gas BBQ. Which a portion of it stuck out of. I just rotated it every 30 minutes.Got my flax seed oil (not cheap!), my disco is a little over 20" across and not as heavy as yours, but I don't think it will fit in the wife's oven. Where or what did you put yours in to get it to 400
degrees? I do have a temperature heat gun, I can do like you did but use my gas burner, of course the temps would be hotter in the center than the side, I'll give it try.
I looked at that burner before building mine. Since you are in Medford you should join us in September at the Paulina Lake Messabout. I host the event every year for a group of boat nuts. We all either build boats or just like boating. One of the highlights of the trip though is the food. Every year we do a group meal. This year it's going to be stir fry in the woods. We will be doing it Mongolian grill style with everyone choosing what they want putting it in a bowl and then me stir frying it up. Bring your disc along and help cook!
Ooops about the 500 degrees, it was a little hard to control. Right no it's cooling down after the first treatment. I'm doing this in my driveway in Medford, and its kind in a slant. I'll wait until everything cools down and level the burner and the disco. My burner is a Eastman that I go thru Amazon,com.
The burner has these funky fingers were the disk rest, and its kind of hard to adjust to be dead center.
I just use the lid off of a wok that we had. It won't cover the entire disc though. I have been looking for a bigger one but they are hard to find this big.It has been a while since my last post. After cooking a few times with my disco, one needs a lid/cover to simmer or lid related functions. DirtSailor, do you have one, or did you fabricate one? I've been looking on line for one. I'm not sure getting a flat or dome lid, any suggestions?
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