Outdoor kitchen plans almost always include a grill. You can go with the traditional charcoal or gas grill, or even a hybrid grill. Hybrid grills tend to more expensive, but the versatility may be worth the extra cost. There is even the option of electric grills. If you balk at this trend, consider the fact that tastes are expanding. People crave for versatility at the grill in order to accommodate the rise in popularity for Chinese, Indian, and other Asian cuisines. Also, the use of gas or electric grills mimics indoor cooking, thus expanding your outdoors cooking repertoire from steaks to stir fry. Prepare a traditional lobster bake outdoors. Or install a wood oven. Think about how pleased your kids will be to eat oven-baked pizza prepared and served pool side.
Most importantly, the trend within the past years has been to try to recreate the feel of a traditional indoor kitchen to the outdoors. If this is your intention, then an outdoor fridge is a necessity. If you have a fridge installed because you intend to prepare food outdoors, a strategic setup for your outdoor kitchen plans would be to have the sink and food preparation area between the fridge and the grill; this will follow normal food prep process. Consider having a set of utensils and tools to keep strictly for outdoor purposes.
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