Outdoor Kitchens from the 2010 Builders’ Show

If you are considering an upgrade to your outdoor BBQ and smoker there are a lot of options for building full-outdoor kitchens.
On display at the 2010 Builders’ Show were two offerings we couldn’t take our eyes off of. The KitchenAid outdoor kitchen collection looked very robust and was also feature rich. Their grills include a LED system that not only helps control cooking by timing foods on the grill but also lets you know when your cooking fuel gets low and how much remaining time you have left so no more playing a guessing game by rocking the tank.

Atlantis Outdoor Kitchens, is the first outdoor cabinet company to use bamboo that will contribute to credits under the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® rating system. These outdoor kitchens are compatible with outdoor appliances such as Lynx, Vermont Castings, Summit and Marvel.

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  • Haha! This MUST be an April Fools joke! A mercury filled light bulb that requires a 12 step HAZMAT cleanup process being good for kids? Man, they will spin anything to sell these to people wont they. I bet Ted Turner helped fund this too. He is for mass population reduction. Google it if you dont believe me. He is funding mercury laced vaccinations in Ukraine through WHO. It sounds far fetched but he agrees with the premises of the Georgia Guidestones. Google that name too. The guide stones want to maintain humanity under 500 million. Thats a 93% world population reduction folks. Now that you know that, think about mercury light bulbs and mercury in the vaccinations.

    Sorry, I’m sticking to my old fashioned light bulbs which dont give me headaches.

  • lancehall

    I wasn’t aware of Ted Turner and the mercury vaccines but these days nothing surprises me. I am aware however of what indoor air pollution can do to anyone, let alone children. Cancer, learning disorders, asthma exacerbation, headaches, damage to the liver, kidney and central nervous system to name just a few. If there is ANY relief for VOCs, it should be promoted and made a standard, not an option. If Ted Turner is doing what you state, his time will come! However, the true danger you should be angry over is VOCs/indoor air pollution. I applaud Charles & Hudson for addressing this situation and the Wellness Light for finding a unique solution. By the way, the standard amount of mercury in a CFL is 4 mg. It is so small it wouldn’t cover the tip of a #2 pencil. Besides the obvious energy savings, a CFL lasts 10 times longer (less products in landfills) than incandescent light bulbs and the U.K. if everyone switched, it could reduce CO2 emissions by 2 to 3 million tons annually.

  • There are a lot of CFLs here in asia, but they’re advertised here as energy savers. I do not know if all CFLs have an anti-bacterial quality and if that is a special light bulb.

    Another good indoor air cleaner are Air conditioning systems with silver ions.

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  • I am here to say something. I support some of the commenter. But not all. Good impression. Thanks