Book that inspires.
An outdoor kitchen is one of the most coveted elements of a Western lifestyle. For tips on turning the dream into reality, we love The New Outdoor Kitchen (The Taunton Press, 2007; $30) by Deborah Krasner. The just-released book includes information on picking the proper setup and location, interviewing contractors, and choosing equipment--all the way to selecting lighting, accessories, and the best bloomers for night fragrance. Along the way, copious outdoor kitchens whet the appetite, and include an oceanside perch in Malibu and this sheltered pavilion built for entertaining in Arizona.
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|Title Annotation:||April In the West|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2007|
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