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Outdoor kitchen ideas?

ashannonashannon Posts: 6
edited 3:44PM in EggHead Forum
My wife and i got a XL today and are putting it and our grill into an outdoor kitchen area we're having built. We are trying to find photos of other BGEs in outdoor kitchens but are having a tough time finding any. Does anyone have photos of how your BGE is setup? We would love to see what everyone is doing and any ideas on other sites that might have photos.



  • SSN686SSN686 Posts: 3,217
    Morning ashannon:

    The link --- My Outdoor Kitchen --- should take you to see mine. I really need to update the photos as I have added a few touches.

    Like the umbrella for when it rains.


    Hope this helps :)

    Have a GREAT day!


    Brandon, FL


  • AlwaysGolfAlwaysGolf Posts: 704
    Will take some pics of mine tomorrow if weather here cooperates. It is almost finished. Here is one although the eggs aren't in there proper place.

  • Mike in AbitaMike in Abita Posts: 3,302
    Here is a link to other eggers tables and kitchens. Just need to adapt a table to a counter.
  • Great set up. Your umbrella looks just like the one I saw today at Bed Bath and Beyond. Does the height adjust on yours? They had one set up in the store and it looked pretty low once I opened the umbrella. I'm afraid that it will be too close to the grill if the height doesn't adust.
  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    The "Smoke Shack and lounge" simple, cheap and effeciant.
  • KrustyKrusty Posts: 77
    Here are a couple pics of mine. I still need to do some work on it, but at least it is now usable. It has been a long and fun project. Still need to do the stucco, electrical, and install the stainless doors.

    My wife doesn't call it an outdoor kitchen, she calls it the "Man Kitchen". B)


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