Get the Look: Tim Love's Backyard Kitchen

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Barbecue king Tim Love built the ultimate meat-lover's kitchen. Check it out here, then pick up some of Tim's finds for your own kitchen.

This stainless steel 42-inch built-in grill doubles as a rotisserie oven.

$6,199; lynxgrills.com for more information
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This 4-quart cast-iron braiser with an enamel finish can stand up to serious burners.

$90, Tramontina; chefscatalog.com
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Tim stores his oils in these glass bottles rather than their original packaging.

From $5 each; worldmarket.com

The chef has a built-in cocktail station with two refrigerators; you can create your own bar with this outdoor cooler cart.

$334; kohls.com
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Photo by: Marko Metzinger/Studio D ©Hearst Communications Inc., 2013

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Tim uses his own spice rubs for fish, beef and chicken.

$7 each; surlatable.com
(Braiser, Rubs and Bottle Photographs by Marko Metzinger/Studio D)

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