Barbeque Pit in Your Backyard! Summer is a great time for outdoor kitchen on deck or patio.
This summer, gather up your primal instincts and head outdoors for your meals. Grilling food has evolved from the prehistoric method of throwing meat over an open fire. It is one of the oldest forms of cooking. In our modern, hectic days of texts, RSS feeds, and constant emails, many of us take great joy in this simple task, especially when the right tools and right atmosphere awaits. I’m not talking competition-level barbequing, although this is a popular hobby for many die hard food aficionados in our country. “The World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest” and “The World Series of Barbecue” are a few examples. In your backyard kitchen you will be able to eat and relax “on demand” at YOUR appointed mealtime or whenever you feel the need to.
To achieve this tranquility, first access what you need to turn your backyard into an outdoor experience. BBQ books from as early as 1945 offer suggestions on constructing an immovable solid brick-type barbeque pit. Today’s homeowners have a plethora of additional options.
Once a solid ground to base for all of your activities is identified (a hardscape stone patio, flagstone, interlocking bricks, fieldstone, granite, slate or travertine) a patio is a great option. For an uneven graded backyard, a customizable deck immediately off of the kitchen or dining room can be designed using maintenance free composite materials like vinyl, PVC, or plastic with simulated wood textures.
As Father’s Day is fast approaching, the ultimate gift that keeps on giving is a home renovation that can be enjoyed all summer long. There is nothing better than venturing ten steps out the back door of your lair with a cold drink to prepare your feast on your heavy duty grilling machine. It might not cost as much as you would think, when you discover how much you would be saving by not driving down the shore, paying for questionable parking, outrageous beach fees, and eating greasy overpriced sausage sandwiches on the crowded boardwalk. Your summer outdoor hangout awaits!
Have a happy Fathers Day!
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