Outdoor Kitchen / July 29, 2018 / Amaury Dubeau
For safety purposes always put a vent in the back of your outdoor BBQ structures. Every gas line eventually leaks. Including a vent will allow the gas to escape. If not the gas will sit in the grill until someone comes to turn it on and everyone knows what happens when uncontrolled gas and fire meet. A subtle vent in the back of the grill will allow excess gas in case of a leak to escape into the yard rather than sit in the confined space of the grill waiting for you to blow it up by simply lighting up the grill. Be safe and make sure you have some sort of vent in your outdoor BBQ structure. In other words dont blow up your house.
Continuing on the largescale side of things youre also going to want to consider having a smoker. Smokers being mainly and outdoor cooking element can find their home perfectly among the amenities of your outdoor kitchen. Viking produces outdoor smokers in both freestanding and portable varieties to fit your needs. Consistent and tenacious stainless steel on your smoker will match that of your grill nicely adding a bit of coherency to your kitchen. Many of Vikings smokers include Gravity Fed Charcoal technology and an Elliptical Airflow System allowing you to smoke like a professional.
Whether youre improving your home for its resale value or for your familys continued use and enjoyment the addition of an outdoor kitchen is a surefire way to spice up your yard and embrace an outdoor workspace. To many an outdoor kitchen centers around a grill; in reality this is just the beginning. Like your indoor kitchen many elements including style design and cookware are at play outdoors. Viking offers a range of appliances which will greatly enhance your outdoor cooking experience.