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Making your Outdoor Kitchen a reality

It might seem like a fantasy, but creating your own, year-round outdoor dream kitchen is perfectly doable. It’s all a matter of personal vision and planning, even if you live in colder climes.

That’s partly down to advancements in outdoor grills and appliances. Let’s just say that things have come a long way since your mom and dad grilled hotdogs and hamburgers on a wobbly hibachi or a bulky, rusty gas barbecue.
With features like super rust resistant materials, storage bins and even sinks, Coyote grills and outdoor appliances open up the possibilities of al fresco cooking and dining to a whole new level. And by the way, by rust resistant, we mean completely rust resistant: From top to bottom, every bolt and screw in Coyote’s outdoor appliances are 304 Stainless Steel.


That’s just one grade down from marine grade. Coyote’s full line of accessories also provides everything you’d expect to find in a regular indoor kitchen.

Given all the optional features these outdoor appliances can come with, it’s best to create a list of all the things you’d ideally want to do with your outdoor cooking and dining space before you design it. Adding on features later can be more costly, in the end.
Your ideal arrangement could also turn out to be more doable than you’d thought. Coyote’s line of outdoor appliances come in at very reasonable prices, considering what they offer in durability, design features and overall quality.

Extend your indoor home to the outdoors



If family dinners are your focus, an outdoor kitchen that is literally an extension of your house might be the right option, since kids and grown ups are more likely to stay within eye and earshot of each other.

A combination grill that allows the convenience of a gas barbecue alongside a coal grill and a generous cooking area will accommodate quick weekday dinners as well as leisurely weekend get-togethers.

If you’d like to do absolutely all your cooking outdoors, one or more burners will make that possible.

Create an outdoor kitchen as a space unto itself



Another option is an outdoor cooking and dining area in your garden, set apart from your house or right or by your pool.


Coyote built-in grills can be combined with accessories that provide all the features of a complete indoor kitchen: refrigerators, sinks and warming drawers, along with sealed compartments for food, recycling and garbage (so no worries about critters getting into anything).

With these features, your outdoor kitchen will be a fully functioning, standalone cooking space that won’t require you to make repeat trips back to your house as you cook.

Take your culinary adventures into new terrain



If you’re looking for ways to take your culinary adventures to a new level, Coyote’s Asado smoker could be for you. This Kamado style grill performs the same way brick ovens do, so you can make your own smoked fish, bake bread or make pizza with it.

Coyote’s Asado smoker can be set up as a free-standing unit or it can be combined with storage units and/or another grill.

Inspired? Follow these tips to make your dream a reality:



With features like super rust resistant materials, storage bins and even sinks, Coyote grills and outdoor appliances open up the possibilities of al fresco cooking and dining to a whole new level. And by the way, by rust resistant, we mean completely rust resistant: From top to bottom, every bolt and screw in Coyote’s outdoor appliances are 304 Stainless Steel.

  • To be sure that you select the outdoor appliances that are really the best match for you, make your definitive wish list. For example, if you cook for social occasions or big family dinners, extra workspace or storage could make life easier for you.
  • Ready to assemble kitchen are a convenient option, and they are budget friendly. On the other hand, they offer less flexibility in terms of layout.
  • If you want to be able to use your outdoor kitchen year-round, consider building a single wall as a wind-break, or a pergola for some respite from hot summer sun.
  • If you do opt to build a windbreak wall or a pergola, find out about any zoning laws, technical issues with your home or homeowners’ association regulations that need to be factored in before you design your kitchen.
  • Keep in mind that plumbing, electrical or gas lines for you outdoor kitchen will have to be installed before construction starts. Otherwise, it will be difficult and costly to retrofit.

  • If you’re planning to install a roof overhead your outdoor space, it’s more cost effective to decide in advance whether you want an outdoor ventilation hood, ceiling fans or recessed lights.

For many Canadians these days, the home they’re living in now is their castle, and they want to get all the enjoyment they can out of it. A high quality staycation, or just cooking and entertaining friends and family in your garden or by your pool are fine ways to do that.

It takes a bit of planning, but with Coyote’s outdoor appliances (which come in at a reasonably mid-range price point, for the quality of their designs, it must be said) a beautiful, fully functional outdoor kitchen that you’ll enjoy with friends and family for years to come is a real option.

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