Outdoor Kitchen Building Essentials & Designs to Consider | BBQGuys.com

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 08 Jan 2018   
Wondering where to start with the build of your outdoor kitchen? In this video, we discuss the essentials & some additional appliances you may want to consider when in the planning stages. Browse our full line of Outdoor Kitchen Equipment here: https://www.bbqguys.com/bbq-learning-center/planning/outdoor-kitchen-checklists?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=org&utm_species=social-org-video&utm_term=prep-planning&utm_content=odk-essentials-designs-to-consider Most Popular Outdoor Kitchen Package: Along with a built in gas grill, the most popular items customers are building into their outdoor kitchens are access doors, followed by a side burner, a refrigerator and a trash bin. Access doors are a must for access to gas plumbing connections. Some customers add a door/drawer combo under the grill instead of access doors to gain some enclosed storage drawers for their utensils, gloves, cleaning supplies, etc. A side burner is great for sauteing veggies, heating your baked beans or really anything that you might normally use your indoor stove for. A refrigerator is super convenient to have by your grill to keep you from running back in the house to get another beer or cold beverage, or the mayo/mustard. Finally, a roll out or tilt out trash bin keeps your trash can handy when you need it and then roll it back inside the island to keep the flies away. Island vent panels are a necessary safety requirement, and should be considered part of the basic package. More Outdoor Refrigeration: Outdoor ice makers, wine coolers, kegerators, and beverage centers are great additions to your outdoor kitchen, especially if you entertain. Your guests will love having ice cold beverages, including fresh beer on tap, during the party. Adding one of these components to your outdoor kitchen takes the hassle out of running back and forth inside while entertaining. Expand Your Outdoor Cooking Options: Do you love having that smokey flavor on your food, or making pizzas from scratch? Don't limit yourself to an outdoor kitchen with just a gas grill as your only cooking appliance. A flat top griddle is an excellent addition for cooking breakfast or hibachi style meals. Add a pizza oven for family pizza night which is an absolute hit with the kids! You may prefer to install a charcoal grill or kamado for that old school charcoal flavor. Add a kamado or a smoker for that low temp, slow cooked flavor of smoked ribs, brisket or holiday turkey. Sinks, Faucets & Ice Bins: Installing an outdoor sink allows you the convenience of easy prep and clean up before and after you grill, without having to go back inside the house. Add a drop-in ice bin or an ice chest storage drawer to keep your beverages on ice. Maybe add a beverage/bar center for a more multi-functional sink/ice bin option. Featuring: Randy Watson Filmed/Produced by: Paris Frederick Music: www.JoshWoodward.com
 

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