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options with both stand alone and built in cooking surfaces. For your refrigeration needs you will


need to determine how you will be using your outdoor kitchen. If you have access to a large quantity of ice and will not be using the outdoor refrigerator often you may be able to get by with just an incorporated cooler. Although, most of us do not want to run to the store every time we go outside to grab a few bags of ice. It is often easier (and even more


economical) to have an outdoor electric refrigerator. The size you will need depends on what you will be storing. If you want to keep drinks handy, but can use your indoor refrigerator for food a small, half refrigerator may be all you need. If you want your outdoor kitchen to be fully stocked with snacks/lunch/ dinner items and beverages, you may need a full size refrigerator. The final decision will be what type


of sink you will need. You may only need water for drinking or filling small pans, for this, a typical kitchen sink would work well. If you want to use this sink for filling larger pans (shrimp boil mentioned earlier) or even for gardening purposes look for a deep utility sink. As a bonus most outdoor kitchens do


not require both hot and cold water lines as indoor kitchens do. If you already have a water line running to a spigot you may be able to inexpensively extend those water lines to your outdoor sink. For a fully plumbed sink don’t forget about adding a sewer line. Many outdoor kitchens incorporate


some type of covering. There are many portable or fixed options available. These are especially helpful when a short summer rainstorm comes through mid- cooking. When selecting an option, be sure to leave the space above your grill open for proper ventilation. Now, let’s imagine the scenario


mentioned earlier with an outdoor kitchen, same menu different memories made. Everyone is having a lovely time


outdoors enjoying your new patio furniture. The children are still running through the sprinkler, but when everyone gets thirsty, they go ahead and grab a drink from your outdoor refrigerator. The drinks are right beside the chicken salad you will serve later for lunch.


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