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A custom-designed barbecue hutch made of spotted gum shelters the barbecue area and conceals the appliances when not in use.
11. This hidden barbecue idea is easy and effective, making it a winner in our books. Once the barbecue party is over, all
4. Blitz the barbecueWhile the barbecue often gets little attention during the chilly months, it’s worth giving it a good clean and making sure everything is in working order. If
2. Protect your barbie from the elementsUnless they’re under shelter, barbecues cop a beating from the sun, rain and dust. A design like this serves two purposes: when the panel is closed it protects your barbecue from the elements; when open, it protects you. Now you can cook up a storm no matter
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eel barbecue and sink is recycled timber.
2. Select all your appliancesBringing the kitchen outside needs to be well thought out – here, the barbecue-loving owner ticks off everything on the list. The outdoor zone boasts plenty of storage for kitchenware and food items, a gleaming barbecue with
This al fresco seating area is underneath a portion of the new building that links the two structures. The cabinetry around the stainless steel barbecue and sink is recycled timber.
Extend dinnertime with a well-lit outdoor kitchenIf your barbecue area is separate from your patio seating area, consider subtly linking the two zones with lighting. Direct lighting is more important in the kitchen
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Outdoor kitchen with Wolf grill
This outdoor kitchen includes a Wolf barbecue. See and try this equipment when planning your New England outdoor kitchen. http://www.clarkecorp.com
How do you choose the best barbecue that also is well designed? Charcoal or gas?
simple barbecue set into stone base with side boards
Clean the grill. If your barbecue has been gathering dust since last year, now is the time to pull it out and give it a good scrubbing. Wash the outside with mild soap and water, and
Create an outdoor kitchenIf you’re a true barbecue enthusiast, then take your kitchen outside for the summer and build a dedicated food preparation area. Even if you don’t have stone, you can create
STEP 1: Choose the right barbecueWhat’s a barbecue without a … barbecue? Before you even think about hosting you need to choose the right model for you. Important questions to ask first relate to the size of the barbecue: what’s the largest group of people you expect to entertain? Will you rely on storing
what type of barbecue? There are advantages for each:Charcoal barbecues. These have the advantage of the authentic chargrilled taste and can be less expensive. However, prepare for extra cooking time, and make sure you get one with proper ventilation as they can be unpredictable.Gas barbecues. While impressive
small outdoor spaces. However, they’re great for regular al fresco entertainers as they cater for larger groups and are easy to clean.Electric barbecues. Barbecue connoisseurs will criticise these as offering the least authentic flavour. However, if you are restricted by local bushfire laws or have limited
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Build a cute shelterThere’s no reason to let the odd, inevitable shower ruin your party. Protect your barbecue by building a lychgate-style shelter over it. This structure is open enough to allow smoke to escape safely yet wide enough to protect the food,
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ashes and flames from fire pits and barbecues can be hazardous. Keep an eye on both the fire and your pets, and if you’re barbecuing, keep the lighter fluid out of reach.
Just as fireplaces can be a danger indoors, ashes and flames from fire pits and barbecues can be hazardous. Keep an eye on both
both the fire and your pets, and if you’re barbecuing, keep any lighter fluid out of reach.
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A barbecue for Christmas. Cooking on the barbecue takes center stage on Christmas Day, especially if the temperature is on the rise. Rather than cranking up the indoor oven and overheating the host and the home, we let prawns sizzle happily on the grill while the traditional pork and lamb crackle away
away under the barbecue hood. With a fully equipped outdoor kitchen like this one, a chef wouldn't find it hard to employ many helpers.
s. Here, the spacious room in Sydney’s Upper North Shore covers all zones – cooking, eating and relaxing areas. As a highlight, the built-in barbecue boasts a strong design element, utilising a timber benchtop that doubles as a place to store fire logs.