This book helps homeowners evaluate their outdoor kitchen needs and wishes, explore the available options, and identify choices that will work for them. Charts, graphs, and cutaway diagrams pinpoint essential information, whether the homeowners are building the kitchen themselves or hiring a contractor to do the work. Inspirational photos of existing outdoor kitchens range from basic to elaborate. Real-life examples show the variety of amenities available and provide ideas for combining materials to create a style that harmonizes with the home's architectural style. The book gives plenty of practical advice for addressing each element needed in an outdoor kitchen: cooking surfaces, food preparation surfaces, and storage for food and supplies.
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Published February 5, 2008
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