Part II: What Does Your Outdoor Kitchen Need?

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Part II: What Does Your Outdoor Kitchen Need?

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April 18, 2015 l Topics:Blogs l By K&N Staff
Here is part two in our outdoor kitchen series expanding upon part one published last week. Last week, we touched on what function your kitchen will serve and how to implement the proper space given your budget and restrictions.  Part two focuses on how to incorporate the best appliances for the space.   Danver’s Product Mix   Danver offers quality outdoor appliances. They have a wide array of grills, vent hoods, smokers, and more to give your outdoor kitchen the appliances it needs to provide endless entertainment to you and your guests.   Many neighborhood associations are starting to require vent hoods for outdoor kitchens. Danver’s wide selection of vent hoods will fit the look of all stainless steel outdoor kitchen appliances. They are easy install, easy clean and operate quietly so you won’t be a bother to your neighbors.   58391578114d4a5527cee08d0dff4ff1_f146Here in Houston, given our love for BBQ, we enjoy all things cooked in a smoker. The flavors and taste are among the best ways to cook outdoors. Danver’s Ceramic Smoker- Egg Cabinet is a convenient size for any outdoor kitchen. A ‘trim kit’ is provided to ensure a proper fit.   Brews & Fire   Nothing tops off a BBQ like a nice, cold drink. Perlick has designed a Century Remote Beverage Dispenser System that is designed to dispense cold beer with minimum foam. Their beverage dispenser makes a nice addition to your outdoor kitchen.   Everyone loves a good outdoor campfire, but they’re not always eco-friendly. Invest in a bioethanol outdoor fireplace and you can enjoy the campfire feel without the guilt. Bioethanol is a completely renewable and clean burning energy source that delivers warming heat without the smoke, soot, or ash of a traditional wood fire.   No matter what you decide for your outdoor kitchen, it will be a beautiful, entertaining space. Come back next week for our final installment of your outdoor kitchen needs. And don’t forget to follow us on Houzz, Facebook, and Twitter.