"X2. Outside kitchens add lot more weight to the TT. A lot more then just my grill. I don't need an outdoor fridge or sink that is redundant. Plus most outdoor kitchens the door is head hazard. Just my opinion. Everyone has their preferences."
to each his own I guess, we haven't owned our tt long enough to use the outdoor kitchen but can't wait. We love to sit outdoors after a long day and think the outdoor fridge will be great for pop, adult beverages and snacks, without trekking dirt and sand into the trailer every few minutes. We use our tt for dog shows and the dogs like to race around at this time also so not going in and out of the trailer keeps them outside. (we also go through a lot of pop so putting pop in the outdoor fridge leaves room in the inside fridge for food) As for cooking, anything meat goes on the coleman roadtrip grill and my sister fixes the side dishes inside. We're not big on breakfast or lunch so a sandwich, salad, or snacks (sometimes heated in the microwave) suffice.