Outdoor Kitchen / July 15, 2018 / Agathe Marier
It used to be that outdoor entertaining conjured up the familiar image of the picnic lunch at the park. You only needed a picnic basket thermos paper plates and plastic utensils. Or if you wanted to be able to host an outdoor luncheon or dinner you would toss some items on a barbecue pit out in the backyard and flip burgers and hotdogs. Cooking on a grill is a great way to entertain outdoors. However it is a nuisance to have to go back and forth from the kitchen to the patio. That is way outdoor kitchens have become more and more popular.
In addition to rangetops like these you may occasionally want to use your outdoor kitchen for some more traditional oven cooking. Thankfully there are agency certified builtin outdoor gas ovens for just this purpose. Vikings ovens also have natural airflow baking functions which allow you to make sidedishes and desserts to go perfectly with your grilled entrees.
Another area just as important is designing your outdoor kitchen is outdoor lighting. This can change and improve the overall feel of your outdoor kitchen. There are many types of lighting to choose from including: ambiance lighting that can include soft white lights or colored bulbs. Solar lights can be charged during the day and turn on automatically as it gets dark.