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Old 03-05-2012, 07:34 AM   #15
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I don't have one but have been thinking of a hanging grill...not sure I will plumb propane over to it or use an extra grill size tank......what are your thought for you that have that type for your outdoor kitchens?
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Old 03-05-2012, 08:27 AM   #16
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I would probally use the 5 gallon tank to use on a grill , if the one you have can be set on a table also , makes it portable
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Old 03-07-2012, 03:49 PM   #17
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We have one, and it was the NUMBER ONE thing on our list when we picked out our model. Ours has: refrigerator, sink, microwave, swing out stove, pull down television, and cabinets. It is AWESOME, and we get so many people walking by who think it is the coolest thing since sliced bread! My DH can make his breakfast in the morning and I can sleep in. We don't have to keep running inside for cold beverages and snacks. And when the weather is too warm, we cook outside. When it's cold, we cook inside. Our TT has tons of storage in spite of the fact that it has an outside kitchen. I would never buy a TT without one. We don't have kids, but if you do, this is a must! Helps keep them from going in and out constantly.
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We have one, and it was the NUMBER ONE thing on our list when we picked out our model. Ours has: refrigerator, sink, microwave, swing out stove, pull down television, and cabinets. It is AWESOME, and we get so many people walking by who think it is the coolest thing since sliced bread! My DH can make his breakfast in the morning and I can sleep in. We don't have to keep running inside for cold beverages and snacks. And when the weather is too warm, we cook outside. When it's cold, we cook inside. Our TT has tons of storage in spite of the fact that it has an outside kitchen. I would never buy a TT without one. We don't have kids, but if you do, this is a must! Helps keep them from going in and out constantly.
ahh, you are making me want one so much! LOL
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Old 03-11-2012, 07:07 AM   #19
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All depends on whether you travel great distances to enjoy the Outdoors , or sit inside and watch TV all the time We cook outside , because we cook Solar ... Fun , makes it seem like real "camping out" ...
The TT stays Clean and Odor free...
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Old 05-05-2012, 05:20 PM   #20
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The outdoor kitchen sealed the deal for us. We have five kids so cooking indoors is crowded. Plus even at home we cook outside as much as possible. We love having the extra fridge plus being able to hang out while cooking. If you only use the outdoor kitchen there's only one to stock and clean except for the rare occasion when forced indoors.
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Old 05-08-2012, 01:17 PM   #21
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We just got our TT this year and it has an outside kitchen. We have used it every time we have camped this year. Plus fewer steps to get a cold beer. Will never buy another without outside kitchen.
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we were at an RV show in Feb, just snooping, and we were amazed at the number of TT and 5th wheels with outdoor kitchens. Really nice features!
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Old 05-10-2012, 08:50 PM   #23
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We have the stove, sink, hot/cold water. LOVE it. DH does almost all the cooking outside. We're thinking of trading in for a Class C and this is one of the things we're going to miss if we don.
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This is our "outside kitchen." I call it the mess tent. It has more that can't be seen in the photo such as the slow cooker, the gas grill, the charcoal grill etc. We cook as much as possible outside as we're not the type to go camping and seldom or never leave the RV.

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