Experience savory southwest cooking at home, camping, tailgate parties or RV’ing with our handcrafted discada discs.
Discada – (Spanish for cooking in an agricultural disk) is the Southwest’s version of cooking in an agricultural plow disc that yields spectacular flavors. Folks have been using the Discada (Plow Disc Cooker, Disco Cooker, Plow Disc Grill, Cowboy Wok or Disk Cooker) ever since the disc plow was around and it’s been a secret of the Southwest for a long time. We have been making Discada plow discs for many years in New Mexico for our families, friends and customers. Our Discada plow disks are truly unique in design and you are buying the best disc the
Southwest has to offer.
Our Discada plow disc cookers have been handcrafted and prepared right here in New Mexico, the heart of the Southwest,
for your ultimate culinary experience.
Check out our selection of Discada plow disk cookers and a host of disc burners/fryers, lids, covers and kits…Thanks!!
Here it is Back Yard Grillerz Nation we are working on our famous New Mexican Dry Rub & Seasoning. We have used traditional ingredients for this rub based on the history that we found on our ancestors, the Sephardic Jews de Sepharad/ Spain, & Los Apaches de Nuevo Mexico. It will soon hit the market. Thank you all for the continued support in preserving our traditional cuisine since 1542.
Hello All it’s that time of year again. This marks 15 years for Back Yard Grillerz and the Valencia County Hispano Chamber of commerce’s “World’s Largest Matanza” come and join the Nationally known Back Yard Grillerz and team Sisneros Bro’s Manufacturing Saturday January 24, 2015. Gates will open at Eagle Park in Belen New Mexico at 7 a.m. and close after the awards ceremony (usually about 3 p.m.). Admission is $10 (kids five and under $1). VIVA LA MATANZA
Back Yard Grillerz is now a non-profit organization working to help preserve the Indio Hispano culture. BYG’s goal is to help keep the the tradition of ”La Matanza going for future generations to enjoy and to have knowledge of their grass roots as New Mexicans and Spanish speaking Native Americans. We feel that it’s very important to educate younger individuals about their culture with history and family tradition. We are about helping people of our community understand their identity because we feel in order for a community to come together and thrive we must be a community with an identity as Americans with sub cultures VIVA La Matanza y los Indios Hispanos.