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For my featured post this week, I chose A Homestead Outdoor Kitchen from Homestead Honey.
photo credit: Homestead Honey
I have always wanted an outdoor kitchen.
(Though I have to admit that my original visions involved all the fancy stuff that you see in home magazines. 😉 )
But I just like cooking outside. For some reason kitchen chores just seem like more fun outside — even when you’re camping and your entire counter top consists of a sort of clean rock!
Homestead Honey’s outdoor kitchen is a lot nicer than a smoky fire pit and a rock, though; it’s a fully functioning kitchen and I would LOVE to have something like this in my yard — especially when it comes time for canning. Just imagine all that heat not inside your house!
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Thanks for choosing my Outdoor Kitchen post as your favorite! I hope that you are able to make your own some day very soon, as it is super fun and easy, and yes, very much like camping!
You’re very welcome! 🙂
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thanks so much for hosting Christine, have a great weekend! 🙂
Thanks! You too! 🙂