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Old 08-30-2008, 09:34 PM   #1
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Thumbs up The Kitchenator...

Here's what I've been doing in my free time.

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Old 08-30-2008, 09:40 PM   #2
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Did you design the web page... Or, are you putting one of these things in at your place?

If you are...

Does this mean you're gonna start parking the Jeep outside?

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Old 08-30-2008, 09:41 PM   #3
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No I didn't design the website. I've just spent a bunch of time planning out a little project coming up.

The Jeep stays inside where it's safe and dry.
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Now you can knock out the back wall of the garage and park the Pink Squirrel in the REAL kitchen!
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So when is the first BBQ
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Old 08-30-2008, 11:50 PM   #6
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He's not going to use it, it's for looks... like the jeep
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Old 08-31-2008, 12:12 AM   #7
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Which design are you thinking about, Scout?
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I've been thinking about doing something a little simpler, but along those lines, I'd like to mount a gas grill on one side and either charcoal or a smoker (or both?) on the other...
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Old 08-31-2008, 09:37 AM   #9
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My winter project (other than finishing the rest of the house so we can stop living in 800 sf) is to collect books on building an outdoor wood-fired oven for baking bread, pizza and chicken. The plan is to have an outdoor "mini-kitchen" with propane stove, BBQ, sink and a small fridge next to the oven.
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Hmm, keep us posted on that, it sounds interesting, plus once you hav eit up and running, we can schedule a cookout!
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You're probably not too far from the truth.

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I'm not sure yet. We break ground on our new house on Tuesday and I need to talk to my contractor to find out how much room I have and how much the outdoor kitchen will cost. I hope I can do everything I want to do and still kepp it in budget.

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My winter project (other than finishing the rest of the house so we can stop living in 800 sf) is to collect books on building an outdoor wood-fired oven for baking bread, pizza and chicken. The plan is to have an outdoor "mini-kitchen" with propane stove, BBQ, sink and a small fridge next to the oven.

That sounds like a cool project. How you found any outdoor refrigerators that are south of $ 1k?
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That sounds like a cool project. How you found any outdoor refrigerators that are south of $ 1k?
Haven't decided if I'm just going to use an ice-box style (ie: like a cooler, totally passive) or a small propane out of a salvaged trailer. When the house was built I planned for the outdoor kitchen, and we've got a conduit run with wires fed for electricity and a small pump to fill a standing water tank (and maybe a small hot tub). So I could use a standard fridge, but I just don't need anything very big.

Since we brew our own beer as well, and we're starting to do it in batches larger than 5 gallons (which requires one of the big ring propane burners), we're trying to figure out a "brew house" setup, too, but that may be just a tad too ambitious.
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I'm not sure yet. We break ground on our new house on Tuesday and I need to talk to my contractor to find out how much room I have and how much the outdoor kitchen will cost. I hope I can do everything I want to do and still kepp it in budget.




That sounds like a cool project. How you found any outdoor refrigerators that are south of $ 1k?
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