Since I have built my outdoor kitchen I have found that my barbecuing skills are becoming better and much better. I'm not sure things to attribute it in order to but it's probably a combination of the following.
First, I'm barbecuing much more. Since I spent all that money on the outdoor kitchen I'm definitely not going to waste. I find my self thinking up factors to barbecue some thing or smoke something or just plain cook some thing outside. Because of this my barbecuing skills are getting better just with the practice. Second, I'm paying more attention to learning more about barbecuing. You can find a lot information on the internet on any topic you can think of and barbecuing isn't any exception.
Third, since I have the actual outdoor kitchen I will have much larger parties. This means that a lot more people are here which, in turn, means a few things. First, you can't invite a lot of people over to your home and then not know what you're doing. These people will be hungry and are going to expect be fed and not just a bunch of slop which means this puts the pressure you to deliver the goods. Second, because of the pressure, you don't want to mess up since the embarrassment factor will be even greater. Which means this whole experience has already established a positive effect on my cooking skills. Fortunately for me, I haven't had any major mishaps yet but I have come close a couple of times. Like when the roast took a lot longer than I thought it had been supposed to.wall paintings for bedrooms for girls, small french country kitchens, nice modern bathrooms