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    Building material for outdoor kitchen

    We will be building an L-shaped outdoor kitchen on a covered patio. In this design, we will have a stainless steel sink, green egg and luxor infrared grill. We have chosen to use coronado stone for the finish on the kitchen with a granite countertop. We are needing stainless steel doors and also need to seek advice as to what materials to use to build the structure. Recommendations have ranged all the way from wood to concrete blocks. Would appreciate hearing from others as to where they used to construct their kitchen, where they got their stainless steel doors and just overall advice on this project. Thanks
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    Re: Building material for outdoor kitchen

    I would use steel studs and cement board for the sides. That's generally the way it's done, though concrete block could work. I would stay away from wood, since it burns ya know
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    Re: Building material for outdoor kitchen

    we used steel and cement the SS doors from Amazon.
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    Re: Building material for outdoor kitchen

    Agree. Use steel studs. Very easy to work with once you get going.
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