Outdoor Kitchens

January 26, 2012

SlatGrill Backwoods BBQ


The SlatGrill can be rearranged to fit any backwoods cooking regime, and is one of the first rearrangeable grills we've ever seen. It costs just $110 and is also portable. Four pieces make up the base of the grill, and the slats fit in the top. All of the pieces will fit in a green bag packed flat for trekking out to your favorite camping spot.

Via Gizmodo

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August 9, 2011

Brinkmann All-In-One Outdoor Cooker


It's that time of year when yes it's hot but soon it will be a bit cooler, and then I'll need to well make giant amounts of smoked meats and fry a turkey. It happens every fall, and we end up having more cookouts because more people are around on the weekend then in the summer. I think this versatile cooker which can fry, grill, or smoke with gas, or grill or smoke with charcoal will meet all of my outdoor cooking needs. There's a heat indicator, and even stay-cool wooden handles. The 2 chrome-plated steel grills will accommodate up to 50 pounds of food, and that's probably just the right amount of meet in one setting anyone could handle.

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May 12, 2011

Mirage Stone Outdoor Fireplaces with BBQ


We had no idea you could buy a stone outdoor fireplace from Costco, and have it installed - YES. The stone outdoor fireplace also has a adjustable 3 position grill for your outdoor kitchen needs, and features a unique construction that will no allow the stone work to crack with outdoor exposure. It also has a powder-coated steel door system, and assembly takes less than an hour.

What's interesting is the fireplace allows it to be classified as recreational fire, so you can burn year around. We love the idea of being outside on the patio, and then having the ability to pull a leg of lamb out of the fireplace. Awesome.

At Mirage Stone Outdoor Fireplaces w/ BBQ

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June 16, 2010

Artisan Fire Pizza Oven by Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet


There's a new outdoor pizza oven in town from Kalamazoo and it features two high-performance gas burners empowering you to cook with confidence just about any pizza you desire. The cooking deck is a professional composite baking stone. Its heat transfer characteristics are that of natural stone, and the composite material will not become brittle like quarry stone can after repeated heat cycles. The oven is designed to come up to temperature quickly. A pizza party can be a spontaneous event that doesn't require you to plan hours ahead like more traditional pizza ovens.

The countertop design makes the Artisan Fire Pizza Oven the perfect addition to new or existing outdoor kitchens, and it is available in both liquid propane and natural gas configurations. Simply connect the oven to your gas supply and you are ready to start a tradition of baking artisan pizza in your own backyard.

  • Double-walled stainless steel construction for easy cleaning and durability
  • 24" x 18" professional composite cooking deck
  • Stone-lined roof for perfectly-browned toppings
  • Two custom stainless steel gas burners for balanced control
  • Liquid propane or natural gas
  • Counter-top design requires no installation
  • Door keeps interior clean when the oven is not in use
  • Overall dimensions: 30.125" W x 30" D x 19.5" H

At Artisan Fire Pizza Oven, Outdoor Pizza Oven by Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet

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October 12, 2009

Gourmet Sous Chef Outdoor Oven and Smoker


Sure it's October, but you've still got to smoke that turkey for your upcoming Thanksgiving dinner right? Place a few ounces of wood chips in the smoker box, set the desired temperature and close the door and you'll be done. This fully insulated, all stainless-steel smoker produces wonderful flavors in up to 38 pounds of meat, fish or poultry while keeping food perfectly tender. Includes: wheels, flavor box, chip tray, all-weather cover, a sampling of wood chips and wood pellet flavors, break-in wood, drip tray, two regular racks, one delicate-food rack, a cold-smoke tray, instruction book, and recipe guide.

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August 20, 2009

How to Build a Backyard Wood-Fired Pompeii Oven


Having your own outdoor wood fired Pompei oven might just give you the coolest outdoor kitchen award. Lifehacker has an amazing article on how you can make your own wood fired wonder. Imagine slow roasting legs of lamb, and making wood fired pizza on all on a Saturday afternoon.

At Build a Backyard Wood-Fired Pompeii Oven

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April 3, 2009

Masterbuilt 30-Inch Electric Smokehouse Smoker - Ribs Done Right


Did you ever just want something really badly? I do today - this smoker. The 2-1/2-cubic-foot electric smoker with powder-coated steel exterior has 4 smoking racks; push-button digital control panel; 24-hour timer; auto shut-off, and probably warp drive. It features a thermostat-controlled electric temperature, and is insulated for energy-efficient cooking. We just really need it to be plugged in on the back patio and filled with ribs. Any takers?

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March 30, 2009

Cheope All-In-One Outdoor Kitchen - Free Standing Kitchen for the Outdoors


Oh outdoor kitchens how I long for thee. Your cool smooth lines, your grill, gas burners, slick sick - why are you not in my life. Seriously, this outdoor kitchen from Alpina has it all. The stainless steel unit features two standard gas burners, 2 gas burners to reheat the lava rock grill, a single burner for the ollare stone, a sink with stretchable tap, storage drawers and a a huge counter space for such a compact unit. Pricing? No idea - but expect this baby to be in the thousands.

Via Gizmodo at Alpina

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September 22, 2008

Kelly Bremer's Elevated Cooking System


We've been camping a bunch, and though we love our Jet Boil to make soup and other camping food fair, we often long for something a bit more in the outdoor kitchen. Kelly Bremer's eco-friendly innovation, the alfresco cooking system consisting of a stove, grill, and smoker allows you to cook much more in the great outdoors. It has a heat-activated color shifting material that warns of the flame's invisible nature. It is also very aware about not harming the environment and uses eco-friendly denatured alcohol for cooking.

Only a concept for now, we recommend reading the entire vision of this innovative cooking system.

Via Gizmodiva.com

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June 29, 2007

Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker/Smoker

My husband has convinced me of the yumminess of a smoked turkey. With this smoker you can smoke a turkey and a ham at the same time. It is made of premium-grade steel and has two triple-nickel-plated cooking grates. The smoker measures 41 by 19 by 19 inches.

Weber 2820 Smokey Mountain Cooker/Smoker

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June 19, 2007

Handcrafted Terra Cotta Oven


Wouldn't you rather cook outside during the summer? This oven can cook fish, meat, vegetables, bread, or pizza. It uses wood to create the heat. The oven comes with a stand, a door, an oven rack, a cover, and a pizza paddle and brush.

At Handcrafted Terra Cotta Oven

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May 21, 2007

Blomus Fire Basket

Do you like a campfire, but not camping? With this Blomus fire basket, you can have a campfire in your backyard.

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September 13, 2006

Outdoor Pizza Oven

You would have to be really serious about your pizza (and eat a lot of it) to make this worthwhile. It is an outdoor stainless steel pizza oven that allows you to bake up to a 17" round pizza. It is designed to look (and supposedly taste) like a wood-burning oven, but it burns on gas, so it is safe for your backyard.

Via Trendir at Kalamazoo

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January 20, 2006

La Caja China

I've always wondered how I could roast an entire pig in backyard. Now I have the answer. With this roaster, I can roast a 100 pound pig in less than 4 hours. That is a lot of pig! It is made of wood, lined with aluminum, and includes charcoal pan and grid, large dripping pan, two stainless steel grill racks, one marinating syringe, and two handles. Mmmmm . . . I can almost taste the roast pork . . . or lamb . . . or turkey . . . .

At Amazon.

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