Outdoor Kitchen / July 28, 2018 / Agathe Marier
Once youve decided how big your outdoor kitchen will be youre going to want to pick your grill. If you plan on having outdoor counters and other cooking space you may want to opt for one of the types without a cart the kind that can be installed into smaller enclosures. This both personalizes your kitchen and allows you to tailor the kitchen to fit the grill or vice versa. One great example comes from the Viking ESeries of grills. The ESeries grills have fantastic amenities like Flavor Generator Plates rotisserie burners and halogen canopy lighting just to name a few. Another huge advantage to using many of Vikings grills are that they dont require insulated jackets when theyre installed.
If youre really into cooking or you just want to be sure that you can prepare anything when youre outside the addition of a rangetop or even a wok cooker can bring new dimensions to your cooking potential. Even an amateur chef will find uses for these devices which many times are no more complicated than those in your primary indoor kitchen. The advantage to using an outdoor rangetop is that you dont necessarily need all the highend ventilation equipment that you do indoors when your innerchef fires up the burners to full blast. Vikings outdoor rangetops even have removable driptrays to catch that falling food when you spill a bit.
Bluestone countertops are certainly durable enough to handle the outdoors especially considering a bluestone countertop may match your dining patio. In style bluestone countertops bring a formality to the look of the outdoor kitchen. Other countertop options include concrete slate tile marble and soapstone. In the end local stone such as bluestone seem to hold the best balance between cost durability and beauty. (Also 2inch bluestone should be used instead of typical 1and a quarterinch. This will provide the countertop with necessary strength and durability for transportation.)