IT´S the time of the year when more and more people in Spain eat al fresco during the summer evenings. Many have taken the extra step to move all their cooking facilities outside and create an outdoor kitchen complete with everything, including the kitchen sink!
Perhaps you’ve been to a function with friends and neighbours at a house that has a little more than just a charcoal barbeque to cook the traditional sausages and burgers, and you fancy something similar for your garden? Before investing in such a potentially expensive project, here are a few ideas and suggestions.
An outdoor kitchen is an excellent way to equip your backyard for entertaining and feeding hungry friends and family. Outdoor kitchens range from small areas with little more than a built-in barbeque grill to large, fully equipped kitchens complete with one or more grills, countertops, sinks, bars and storage cabinets.
When planning an outdoor space, you’ll need to think about how many people you intend to accommodate, your entertaining needs, and your budget. The next step is to determine the best location for your kitchen, the size requirements, design layout, countertop placement, and the appliances you’ll need. Finally, you must choose the best materials and equipment for accomplishing all your goals.