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Outdoor Kitchens? (and grilling goodness)

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Outdoor Kitchens? (and grilling goodness)

hnewburn | Jul 4, 2010 03:13 PM

Let's see if this gets bounced...

Anyone have any suggestions on help for an outdoor kitchen? I've got a tiny galley kitchen but a good size backyard, so rather than pay 30K+ to refurbish a kitchen, I'd like to spend half of that and do a nice one outdoors. Anyone done it? Any professionals to recommend?

Costco, Central Market and Johnny G's have become my stops for Grilling season. The mini bell peppers from Costco have been fantastic. Stuff them with ground sausage from Johnny G's, wtih some cheese and sundried tomato, or grill them empty, peel the skins, then stuff them with soft cheese.

Also picked up some wonderful golden cauliflower from Central Market. Trimmed it, rubbed it with butter, seasoned it with Penzey's Foxpoint and some smoked seasoned salt, then wrapped it in foil and left it on the grill for 40 minutes. Have a new favorite summertime vegetable.

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Central Market
4477 S Lamar Blvd Ste 100, Austin, TX 78745

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