More Than Grills
Courtesy of Viking
Outdoor cooking has gone above and beyond standing over the grill and waiting for your steak to reach the perfect point of tenderness.
A growing number of homeowners throughout the United States are bringing the indoors outside by building outdoor kitchens that include everything from refrigerators to warming drawers.
Why an outdoor kitchen? There is no question kitchens have become the hub of the household for both the inhabitants as well as visitors. Building an outdoor kitchen allows you to have the same hub effect while enjoying the outdoors. Of course, where you live has a significant impact on your outdoor kitchen’s potential. Homeowners in warmer climates such as Arizona and Florida can use their outdoor oasis year-round, while folks in the Midwest and Northeast might need to close the kitchen for the winter.
These fully functioning kitchens include places to cook, cool and ventilate; the only thing you’ll have to worry about is keeping Uncle Bob from stealing a hot dog off the grill.