Profile of the Ultimate Outdoor Kitchen

March 14, 2016
Gentry magazine

Gentry magazine recently spotlighted an elegant Kalamazoo outdoor kitchen in Palo Alto. The fully functional space has convenient cooking and dining areas made for entertaining. It comes complete with a Hybrid Fire Grill, Artisan Fire Pizza Oven, storage and warming cabinetry, outdoor refrigeration and more. It’s designed to host cookouts and other gatherings year-round with fans and heaters integrated into the plan.  

It’s a great example of a carefully prepared and thought-out design that we work closely with our clients to help create.   

For those just getting started in the process, DIY Network featured ideas for outdoor entertaining with a few Kalamazoo kitchens serving as inspiration. When it comes to cooking equipment, our Hybrid Fire Grill and Artisan Fire Pizza Oven are recommended. House Beautiful also highlighted a rustic Kalamazoo kitchen in Manhattan Beach, California.             

Gentry Magazine Kalamazoo Outdoor Kitchen profile

Ultimate Outdoor Kitchen

QUESTION: What do some of America’s top chefs have in common? ANSWER: A love of great food and their Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet kitchens.

Just mention the name Kalamazoo Gourmet and watch the swoons from your foodie friends. Quite simply, the brand, which was founded in 1906 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, sells the Rolls Royce of out-door appliances from barbecues to pizza ovens and much, much more. Gentry Home wanted to see what all the hype was about, so we headed to a gorgeous new garden complete with Kalamazoo entertaining spaces in Palo Alto. 

The homeowners assembled a dream team to create this elegant backyard. Betty P. Lee of Palo Alto’s Topiary Design was charged with creating the overall landscape design. She crafted a space tailor-made for entertaining. Whether it’s a simple family dinner or a major party for close to a 100 friends, this garden is ready with elegant gathering spaces. But the fun part comes down to firing up the barbecue and gourmet pizza oven. 

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