Home: Kitchens in Paradise

Homeowners are turning kitchens inside out, with outdoor dining furniture and gear that mimic indoor living. It goes way beyond grills. Some companies are even selling artwork to be hung outdoors and, oddly enough, artificial plants designed for outside use. A guide to today's outdoor-cooking scene. --By Lisa McLaughlin

GRILLS Barbecue grills are getting flashier. Some new models feature everything but the kitchen sink--and sometimes that's included too. Cal Spas' new Tuscany (starting at $48,000!) comes with a five-burner stainless-steel grill, a fridge, a fireplace, a two-person hot tub ... you get the idea. The Master Chef 700, above, is much...

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