Project Name: The Big Green Egg Outdoor Kitchen
Project Design Layout: Straight
Project Materials Description: On this custom outdoor kitchen we used a beautiful upgraded Wild Sea Green granite paired with a Silver Travertine stacked stone facade. We used the Large Green Egg, a Bull outdoor rated refrigerator, under-mount sink with a high-arc faucet and a single access door.
Custom Outdoor Kitchen with a Built-in “Big Green Egg” Grill
We love this outdoor kitchen for so many reasons! This was our first Green Egg installation, though looking at the professional work and the attention to detail you would never know it. A lot of thought went into this outdoor kitchen in the design phase, from the thickness of the granite to the width of the stacked stone, figuring out the clearances and the height at which the base would need to sit took quite a bit of time.
We weren’t the only ones that put in the time to make it perfect. We met the homeowner at the granite yard twice, in search of that perfect granite which turned out to be an upgraded Wild Sea Green. Of all the granites we have installed, if we had to pick one that said Southwest Florida, this would be the one. It literally looks like it was cut from the sandy bottom of the Gulf of Mexico. It has swirls and pebbles and undulations. It was paired with the Silver Travertine stacked stone façade and the way that the colors complemented one another…again all we can say is perfection.
We used the Large Green Egg, a Bull outdoor rated refrigerator, under-mount sink with a high-arc faucet and a single access door.
About “The Big Green Egg” Kamado Style Grill
The Large EGG is the most popular size and a favorite to handle the cooking needs of most families and gatherings of friends. Accommodates all EGGcessories for baking, roasting or smoking – and it’s versatile enough for weekend cookouts or pizza parties, large enough for eight steaks at once, and efficient enough for an impromptu meatloaf for two!
The Large EGG can cook: 20-pound turkeys, 12 burgers, 6 chickens vertically, 8 steaks, or 7 racks of ribs vertically