View Poll Results: Outside kitchen- like it or hate it?
Do you like the idea of an outside kitchen? 211 57.49%
Don't want an outside kitchen 82 22.34%
Don't care either way 74 20.16%
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Old 07-25-2011, 04:56 PM   #61
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I like BBQ so outdoor kitchen is useless to me. I do everything on the grill. Meat, Corn, Potatoes, beans, etc. Kitchens are no place for a man
I'll choose to not take offense to that remark....and I can only hope ur never in a situation were 4 kids depend on you in a kitchen.....
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Old 07-25-2011, 05:18 PM   #62
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I like BBQ so outdoor kitchen is useless to me. I do everything on the grill. Meat, Corn, Potatoes, beans, etc. Kitchens are no place for a man
I'll choose to not take offense to that remark....and I can only hope ur never in a situation were 4 kids depend on you in a kitchen.....
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Old 07-25-2011, 10:06 PM   #63
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I like the outdoor kitchens and hate my tt does not have one!
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:09 PM   #64
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When we bought ours it was either getting an outside kitchen and losing an outside door to the bathroom, one bunk bed and the kids table in their "room".

I need to find someone with one and "check it out", I guess this is more of a to each his own question. For us, running from the pool/rain into the bathroom to change and NOT dragging dirt/grass through the trailer is fantastic. Plus I actually get to sit with the wife and eat at the dinning room table while the 3 kids sit in at the table in their room. They really like it, plus they play board games in there too.

So for us, the "no kitchen" seems to work out well.
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Old 07-25-2011, 11:37 PM   #65
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I still got the 2nd door to the bathroom, 2 upper bunks and a lower jiffy sofa in the back. We actually looked at another trailer with outdoor kitchen that didn't have the 2nd door and that was a deal breaker for us too as that was a must have.
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Old 07-26-2011, 12:18 AM   #66
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I still got the 2nd door to the bathroom, 2 upper bunks and a lower jiffy sofa in the back. We actually looked at another trailer with outdoor kitchen that didn't have the 2nd door and that was a deal breaker for us too as that was a must have.
now THAT sounds nice! Had I seen that, I might have taken more out on our loan..lol...Actually, we had a .....budget the wife "suggested" we stay in. So...I didn't have much wiggle room darn bills!
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Old 07-26-2011, 01:03 AM   #67
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It is 50 years old and is still my favorite outdoor kitchen.

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Old 07-26-2011, 08:13 AM   #68
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When i'm outside, I just cook on the BBQ, so no I don't need one.
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Old 07-26-2011, 08:43 AM   #69
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It is 50 years old and is still my favorite outdoor kitchen.

While I can appreciate your using your Coleman because it's sentimental or whatever, I gave up on our white gas Coleman stove many, many, many years ago. Too much work, in my opinion. I could never get the thing pumped up enough and would always have to depend on DH to do it for me. We then went to a propane Coleman and then moved up to a cast iron stove with enough BTU's to fire your home furnace! Now we have the new Rockwood with the outside kitchen and I can honestly say I don't miss lugging everything but the kitchen sink in and out of our utility trailer. I always thought I'd continue to cook with my cast iron stove too....until the TT arrived with the outside kitchen. Now it sits in my garage, collecting dust.
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Old 08-09-2011, 06:36 PM   #70
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We have a 2011 Salem kqbss.It has an outdoor kitchen and is the best part of the whole trailer.It is constantly being used.We have a family of five and like to spend as much time outdoors as possible so for us it was the ideal thing.
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