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    Lou Decruss Guest

    Default Would You Like An Outdoor kitchen?


    We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    would make me a very happy cooker.

    http://tinyurl.com/646qp7

    Lou

  2. #2
    Leila Guest

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    On Jul 28, 10:11*am, Lou Decruss <M...@notvalid.com> wrote:
    > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    > outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. *The online story is
    > shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    > wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. *I've got grills,
    > (gas and charcoal) *a smoker, and two fryers. *But an outdoor kitchen
    > would make me a very happy cooker.
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >
    > Lou


    I'm a less-is-more kinda gal. My outdoor kitchen is a home-made solar
    box cooker. (google for plans). If the earthquake demolishes our house
    then I'll progress to outdoor grill - some rocks and a steel grate,
    over which we could boil water, fry up flatbread in a skillet, and of
    course grill meat. If we can get meat after the Big One hits. With our
    pantry it's going to look more like heating up water for bulghur
    pilaf. The solar box cooker can do beans, rice, anything that would do
    well in a slow-cooker. We do have a camp stove but I just don't like
    storing propane cannisters. Makes me nervous. Our bedroom is over the
    garage. What about fumes, explosions, etc?

    In the meantime, my outdoor cooking equipment budget is going toward a
    55 gallon potable water barrel with siphon. More Big One preparation.
    We've got a stream in the back yard but it's a trickle in the summer,
    and anyway, you don't want to drink from an urban stream, even if
    you're only five blocks from its source. It's been through dozens of
    backyards and under houses by the time it gets to us.

    Leila in Oakland, CA

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    Jean B. Guest

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    Lou Decruss wrote:
    > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    > outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    > shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    > wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    > (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    > would make me a very happy cooker.
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >
    > Lou


    I want a summer kitchen.... I am thinking more along the lines of
    a screened porch type thing--or a little separate building.

    --
    Jean B.

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    Chris Marksberry Guest

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    > Lou Decruss wrote:
    >> We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    >> outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    >> shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    >> wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    >> (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    >> would make me a very happy cooker.
    >>
    >> http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >>
    >> Lou

    >
    > I want a summer kitchen.... I am thinking more along the lines of a
    > screened porch type thing--or a little separate building.
    >
    > --
    > Jean B.


    Here's what a friend of ours did. He's a fellow BGE owner.

    http://springchickencoop.blogspot.com/

    Chris



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    ChattyCathy Guest

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    Lou Decruss wrote:

    >
    > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    > outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    > shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    > wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    > (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    > would make me a very happy cooker.
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >
    > Lou


    Same here. I love cooking outdoors. However, I suppose we almost have
    an 'outdoor kitchen' (but only for summer use). We have prepared/cooked
    entire meals on our back veranda. Our counter space/equipment/decor may
    not look as good as those in the link(s) you've provided, but it still
    does the trick. ;-)

    I wanna move somewhere that has summer all year round (or win the
    lottery and buy homes all over the globe so I can follow the sun - and
    have an outdoor kitchen in each of them).
    --
    Cheers
    Chatty Cathy

    Egg tastes better when it's not on your face...

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    jmcquown Guest

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    Chris Marksberry <[email protected]> wrote:
    > > Lou Decruss wrote:
    > > > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article
    > > > on outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online
    > > > story is shorter but there's a few links if you follow through
    > > > them with some wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each.
    > > > I've got grills, (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers.
    > > > But an outdoor kitchen would make me a very happy cooker.
    > > >
    > > > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    > > >
    > > > Lou

    > >
    > > I want a summer kitchen.... I am thinking more along the lines of a
    > > screened porch type thing--or a little separate building.
    > >
    > > --
    > > Jean B.

    >
    > Here's what a friend of ours did. He's a fellow BGE owner.
    >
    > http://springchickencoop.blogspot.com/
    >
    > Chris


    Love it! Creative use of space.

    Jill

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    Chile Fiend Guest

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    Lou Decruss <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    >
    > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    > outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    > shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    > wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    > (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    > would make me a very happy cooker.
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >
    > Lou


    We're going to remodel and rip off the current deck and do a 2nd story
    addition off of the kitchen. We'll do a small deck off of that. When
    that's done I'm hgihly considering the grill from Costco that has grill,
    rotissere, searing burner, side burner, and fully functional oven. Aside
    from that I think I'd be fine. Don't realy need/want a sink and fridge. A
    cooler can be used for the ocasional need.

    My "old" grill is really showing its age and to redo it would be like
    $200-400 so what the heck. It would be nice to do everything outdoors
    when the AC is running.

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    Zeppo_m Guest

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    >> I want a summer kitchen.... I am thinking more along the lines of a
    >> screened porch type thing--or a little separate building.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Jean B.

    >
    > Here's what a friend of ours did. He's a fellow BGE owner.
    >
    > http://springchickencoop.blogspot.com/
    >
    > Chris



    OK, that is just freakin' awesome!

    Jon



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    Lou Decruss Guest

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    On Mon, 28 Jul 2008 11:44:44 -0700 (PDT), Leila
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Jul 28, 10:11*am, Lou Decruss <M...@notvalid.com> wrote:
    >> We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    >> outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. *The online story is
    >> shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    >> wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. *I've got grills,
    >> (gas and charcoal) *a smoker, and two fryers. *But an outdoor kitchen
    >> would make me a very happy cooker.
    >>
    >> http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >>
    >> Lou

    >
    >I'm a less-is-more kinda gal. My outdoor kitchen is a home-made solar
    >box cooker. (google for plans). If the earthquake demolishes our house
    >then I'll progress to outdoor grill - some rocks and a steel grate,
    >over which we could boil water, fry up flatbread in a skillet, and of
    >course grill meat. If we can get meat after the Big One hits. With our
    >pantry it's going to look more like heating up water for bulghur
    >pilaf. The solar box cooker can do beans, rice, anything that would do
    >well in a slow-cooker. We do have a camp stove but I just don't like
    >storing propane cannisters. Makes me nervous. Our bedroom is over the
    >garage. What about fumes, explosions, etc?
    >
    >In the meantime, my outdoor cooking equipment budget is going toward a
    >55 gallon potable water barrel with siphon. More Big One preparation.
    >We've got a stream in the back yard but it's a trickle in the summer,
    >and anyway, you don't want to drink from an urban stream, even if
    >you're only five blocks from its source. It's been through dozens of
    >backyards and under houses by the time it gets to us.
    >
    >Leila in Oakland, CA


    What you're describing sounds more like camping. I did that when I
    was a kid and when our kids were young. We had friends who wanted us
    to try camping again a few years ago so we got a tent and some gear.
    It rained the weekend we set it up to make sure everything was ok with
    the new tent. It took days for the damn thing to dry out. I folded
    it up and put it away. I decided my days of "roughing it" were over.
    We bought a 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath cottage out in the boonies. That's
    about as "less-is-more" as I'm willing to get. Our tent was only set
    up for that trial run and was never slept in. It's 11x18 with a
    screen room attached. We're saving it for the grandchildren we don't
    have yet.

    Lou















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    Lou Decruss Guest

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    On Mon, 28 Jul 2008 14:02:57 -0500, "Chris Marksberry"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >> Lou Decruss wrote:
    >>> We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    >>> outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    >>> shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    >>> wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    >>> (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    >>> would make me a very happy cooker.
    >>>
    >>> http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >>>
    >>> Lou

    >>
    >> I want a summer kitchen.... I am thinking more along the lines of a
    >> screened porch type thing--or a little separate building.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Jean B.

    >
    >Here's what a friend of ours did. He's a fellow BGE owner.
    >
    >http://springchickencoop.blogspot.com/
    >
    >Chris
    >

    Oh sure. I'm already jonsin for an outdoor room and you have to post
    something that awesome!!!

    Anyway.......I hope you get to join them for some fun over there.

    Lou

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    Lou Decruss Guest

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    On Mon, 28 Jul 2008 21:46:37 +0200, ChattyCathy
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Lou Decruss wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    >> outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    >> shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    >> wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    >> (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    >> would make me a very happy cooker.
    >>
    >> http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >>
    >> Lou

    >
    >Same here. I love cooking outdoors. However, I suppose we almost have
    >an 'outdoor kitchen' (but only for summer use). We have prepared/cooked
    >entire meals on our back veranda. Our counter space/equipment/decor may
    >not look as good as those in the link(s) you've provided, but it still
    >does the trick. ;-)


    I've got a pretty cool setup at the weekend place that has doors on
    both sides of the kitchen going out to a 600 sq.ft. multilevel deck.
    It works, but not awesome like the cool setups in those pictures. I'm
    just being a selfish baby. The deck is wood and attached to the house
    so the grills and smoker have to be placed in the yard or driveway. I
    have one small gas grill I feel is safe so that goes by one door, but
    that's not enough for real cooking.

    >I wanna move somewhere that has summer all year round (or win the
    >lottery and buy homes all over the globe so I can follow the sun - and
    >have an outdoor kitchen in each of them).


    How cold does it get where you are? I've grilled and Q'd in subzero
    temps, but a kitchen wouldn't work. <g>

    Lou

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    Lou Decruss Guest

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    On Mon, 28 Jul 2008 21:19:19 +0000, Chile Fiend
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Lou Decruss <[email protected]> wrote in
    >news:[email protected] :
    >
    >>
    >> We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    >> outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    >> shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    >> wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    >> (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    >> would make me a very happy cooker.
    >>
    >> http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >>
    >> Lou

    >
    >We're going to remodel and rip off the current deck and do a 2nd story
    >addition off of the kitchen. We'll do a small deck off of that. When
    >that's done I'm hgihly considering the grill from Costco that has grill,
    >rotissere, searing burner, side burner, and fully functional oven. Aside
    >from that I think I'd be fine.


    That sounds nice.

    > Don't realy need/want a sink and fridge. A
    >cooler can be used for the ocasional need.


    The fridge I could live without (since I already am) but a sink would
    be very nice.

    >My "old" grill is really showing its age and to redo it would be like
    >$200-400 so what the heck.


    I have the costco grill without the oven. It's about 5 years old and
    looks and acts like day one.

    >It would be nice to do everything outdoors
    >when the AC is running.


    Yep.. I and my SO both are miserable indoors in the summer even with
    AC. We need it at night but hate being in it while awake.

    Lou


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    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Mon 28 Jul 2008 10:11:09a, Lou Decruss told us...

    >
    > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    > outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    > shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    > wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    > (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    > would make me a very happy cooker.
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >
    > Lou
    >


    If I had the resources, I would absolutely love to have a complete outdoor
    kitchen, to include an elaborate gas grill, oven, refrigerator, plumbed
    sink, and dishwasher. I'm much too lazy to deal with charcoal/wood fires,
    and if I ever had a smoker it would be electric. The climate here in AZ is
    amenable to near year 'round use of an outdoor kitchen. I only have a gas
    grill, and the time I use it least is in the worst heat of the summer.
    When it's 114+ outside, I'd much rather cook inside.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Monday, 07(VII)/28(XXVIII)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    -------------------------------------------
    Great and good are seldom the same
    man. - Thomas Fuller
    -------------------------------------------




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    rosie Guest

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    On Jul 28, 7:50�pm, Wayne Boatwright <wayneboatwri...@cox.net> wrote:
    > On Mon 28 Jul 2008 10:11:09a, Lou Decruss told us...
    >
    >
    >
    > > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    > > outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. �The online story is
    > > shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    > > wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. �I've got grills,
    > > (gas and charcoal) �a smoker, and two fryers. �But an outdoor kitchen
    > > would make me a very happy cooker.

    >
    > >http://tinyurl.com/646qp7

    >
    > > Lou

    >
    > If I had the resources, I would absolutely love to have a complete outdoor
    > kitchen, to include an elaborate gas grill, oven, refrigerator, plumbed
    > sink, and dishwasher. �I'm much too lazy to deal with charcoal/wood fires,
    > and if I ever had a smoker it would be electric. �The climate here in AZ is
    > amenable to near year 'round use of an outdoor kitchen. �I only have a gas
    > grill, and the time I use it least is in the worst heat of the summer. �
    > When it's 114+� outside, I'd much rather cook inside.
    >
    > --
    > � � � � � � �Wayne Boatwright � � � � � �
    > -------------------------------------------
    > � � �Monday, 07(VII)/28(XXVIII)/08(MMVIII)
    > -------------------------------------------
    > -------------------------------------------
    > � � Great and good are seldom the same � �
    > � � � � � �man. - Thomas Fuller � � � � �
    > -------------------------------------------


    I would love to have an outdoor kitchen, have seen some that make my
    mouth water. However, here in SouthTexas, the weather is so miserable
    most of the time it would be a waste.

    Rosie

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    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Mon 28 Jul 2008 06:00:10p, rosie told us...

    > On Jul 28, 7:50�pm, Wayne Boatwright <wayneboatwri...@cox.net> wrote:
    >> On Mon 28 Jul 2008 10:11:09a, Lou Decruss told us...
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    >> > outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. �The online st ory
    >> > is shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with

    some
    >> > wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. �I've got gr

    ills,
    >> > (gas and charcoal) �a smoker, and two fryers. �But an o utdoor
    >> > kitchen would make me a very happy cooker.

    >>
    >> >http://tinyurl.com/646qp7

    >>
    >> > Lou

    >>
    >> If I had the resources, I would absolutely love to have a complete

    outdoo
    >> r kitchen, to include an elaborate gas grill, oven, refrigerator,

    plumbed
    >> sink, and dishwasher. �I'm much too lazy to deal with charcoal/wo od
    >> fires, and if I ever had a smoker it would be electric. �The climate
    >> her e in AZ is amenable to near year 'round use of an outdoor kitchen.
    >> �I only h ave a gas grill, and the time I use it least is in the worst
    >> heat of the summer. � When it's 114+� outside, I'd much rather cook
    >> inside.
    >>
    >> --
    >> � � � � � � �Wayn e Boatwright � � � � � �
    >> -------------------------------------------
    >> � � �Monday, 07(VII)/28(XXVIII)/08(MMVIII)
    >> -------------------------------------------
    >> ------------------------------------------- � � Great and good are
    >> seldom the same � � � � � � �man. - Thomas Fuller


    >> � � � � -------------------------------------------

    >
    > I would love to have an outdoor kitchen, have seen some that make my
    > mouth water. However, here in SouthTexas, the weather is so miserable
    > most of the time it would be a waste.
    >
    > Rosie
    >


    I've seen some wonderful outdoor kitchens here in AZ that were combined
    with or adjacent to "Arizona Rooms" or extensive covered patios that were
    highly functional during most of the year. During the hotter months, most
    of these areas are cooled effectively with misting or fogging systems, but
    those become ineffective when our monsoon season brings high humidity. We
    are virtually free of mosquitos and other buggy pests.

    I understand that your climate is quite different, however.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright
    -------------------------------------------
    Monday, 07(VII)/28(XXVIII)/08(MMVIII)
    -------------------------------------------
    -------------------------------------------
    I like to watch.
    -------------------------------------------





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    cybercat Guest

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    "rosie" <[email protected]> wrote
    >I would love to have an outdoor kitchen, have seen some that make my
    >mouth water. However, here in SouthTexas, the weather is so miserable
    >most of the time it would be a waste.



    Same with Raleigh, NC. Hell, I just want a better indoor kitchen.



  17. #17
    Serene Vannoy Guest

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    jmcquown wrote:
    > Chris Marksberry <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> > Lou Decruss wrote:
    >> > > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article
    >> > > on outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online
    >> > > story is shorter but there's a few links if you follow through
    >> > > them with some wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each.
    >> > > I've got grills, (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. > >

    >> But an outdoor kitchen would make me a very happy cooker.
    >> > > > > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >> > > > > Lou
    >> > > I want a summer kitchen.... I am thinking more along the lines of a
    >> > screened porch type thing--or a little separate building.
    >> > > --
    >> > Jean B.

    >>
    >> Here's what a friend of ours did. He's a fellow BGE owner.
    >>
    >> http://springchickencoop.blogspot.com/
    >>
    >> Chris

    >
    > Love it! Creative use of space.


    I'm cracking up at this picture:

    http://bp0.blogger.com/_83QWnh_lsGY/...ght+Switch.JPG

    Serene

    --
    "I think I have an umami receptor that has developed sentience." -- Stef

  18. #18
    Chris Marksberry Guest

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    >> Chris Marksberry <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>> > Lou Decruss wrote:
    >>> > > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article
    >>> > > on outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online
    >>> > > story is shorter but there's a few links if you follow through
    >>> > > them with some wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each.
    >>> > > I've got grills, (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. > >
    >>> But an outdoor kitchen would make me a very happy cooker.
    >>> > > > > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >>> > > > > Lou
    >>> > > I want a summer kitchen.... I am thinking more along the lines of a
    >>> > screened porch type thing--or a little separate building.
    >>> > > --
    >>> > Jean B.
    >>>
    >>> Here's what a friend of ours did. He's a fellow BGE owner.
    >>>
    >>> http://springchickencoop.blogspot.com/
    >>>
    >>> Chris

    >>
    >> Love it! Creative use of space.

    >
    > I'm cracking up at this picture:
    >
    > http://bp0.blogger.com/_83QWnh_lsGY/...ght+Switch.JPG
    >
    > Serene


    Umm... yeah... that's Leroy McMillin (AKA Spring Chicken) somewhat ala
    naturale. There are so many pictures in there I was hoping no one would
    pick up on that <g>.

    BTW, Leroy is having some back surgery tomorrow so send good thoughts his
    way.

    Chris



  19. #19
    sandi Guest

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    Lou Decruss <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    >
    > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an
    > article on outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye.
    > The online story is shorter but there's a few links if you
    > follow through them with some wonderful outdoor kitchens and I
    > want one of each. I've got grills, (gas and charcoal) a
    > smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen would make me
    > a very happy cooker.
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >
    > Lou


    Too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter for me.

    I'd prefer a HUGE new indoor kitchen with all the new
    modern appliances, tools and gadgets.

  20. #20
    Edwin Pawlowski Guest

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    "Lou Decruss" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >
    > We get the hard copy of Water Garden News and there's an article on
    > outdoor kitchens that (obviously) caught my eye. The online story is
    > shorter but there's a few links if you follow through them with some
    > wonderful outdoor kitchens and I want one of each. I've got grills,
    > (gas and charcoal) a smoker, and two fryers. But an outdoor kitchen
    > would make me a very happy cooker.
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/646qp7
    >
    > Lou


    I'd love one if I lived in a climate that was from 60 to 80 degrees year
    round. Winters are too long here for it to be practical.



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