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LoCoAutoSC

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Super Excited to try everyone’s recipes! Smoke on guys!
 

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sdynak

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Looks great! Did you create an area underneath for the airflow? Is that storage or access under?

Can't wait to see some pics of the entertaining and cooks.. be sure to add me to your contacts and send address 😁 🍻

Oh.. welcome aboard & enjoy!
 

LoCoAutoSC

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  1. Bull
That looks like a great set up! I can picture everyone sitting around eating good food, telling lies and doing bird calls! 😀

Thank you! I’d say more like Goose calls but, yah! Going to have some good times for sure.
Welcome, @LoCoAutoSC; glad to have you here with us. You certainly do know how to make an entrance with a slick setup like that outdoor kitchen. Now, we need some photos of the results. ;)

That was the first time use with some soy, garlic, cilantro, and white pepper wings. I’ll be searching the forums for some solid recipes and load up the outdoor fridge in preparation!
Nice set up. Where’d you hide the PID controller??? 🤔

Thank you! I mounted in underneath inside the access doors. I also have the bucket in there with a flexible aluminum drain tube for ease of access.

To echo everyone else’s sentiments, that’s an awesome patio setup you’ve got! Welcome to the forum!

Thank you! Had a fun time designing and building it with this grill in mind.

Looks great! Did you create an area underneath for the airflow? Is that storage or access under?

Can't wait to see some pics of the entertaining and cooks.. be sure to add me to your contacts and send address 😁 🍻

Oh.. welcome aboard & enjoy!

Thanks! It’s actually all open underneath with some wiring for outlets. I’m 5’9 but I could technically open the access doors and crawl all the way inside and around the bend. Plenty of space for airflow and storage.
Typically counter tops are about 24” deep max but I built this with the RT700 dimensions in mind and had some custom 28” limestone counter tops cut for me to match the techo-bloc graphix wall.



Still messing with the lighting. Thinking I might go with strips vs these but it works for now.
 

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Pops

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Yep, didn't see that, I was also thinking of a griddle, like a Blackstone!
 

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