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Eric helps Enrique complete the outdoor kitchen he started two years ago.
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Male: So tell me what happened, you guys.
Male 2: It’s been a skeleton for about almost a year and half, two years.
Male: So obviously this is not your standard do-it-yourself stuff. This is steel framing.
Male 2: Yeah.
Male: This is pretty intense stuff. What is this, about an acre, the size of this barbeque? How many miles are we going to feed here ultimately you think?
Male 2: I say about regular barbeque like 20 people on the weekend.
Male: Twenty people. So they can all stand around with six inches between them and get fed ultimately, right?
Male 3: All day long, yeah.
Male: All right, good. So how about from your perspective, this is your dad, he’s trying hard you were part of this thing. What happened?
Male 2: When we first started he told me it was only going to go on a section of this. So I was like, cool were almost done. You know maybe another couple of weekends we’ll probably have a whole barbeque weekend and all of a sudden a fridge came in mind and all of a sudden a wine cellar and—
Male: Okay so all these stuff over here they got some hot plates
Male 2: Yeah, they got some of these and--
Male: And then you got a wine bar, so a wine cellar, a fridge and you got this incredible what appears to be a restaurant quality barbeque, right?
Male 2: Yeah. It’s got those warmers you know what the water warms up the rice and the beans I guess could go in there and it’s got this big old massive grill. This is got like 20 knobs on it literally.
Male: And here is your panel someday with the breakers and the electricals definitely well. You obviously know what you’re doing. It almost looks like sculpture. Great job.
Male 2: Yeah, thank you.
Male 2: This is what it’s pretty much been for about two years, a yard ornament.
Male: So what do you see here on—from a design standpoint. What are you thinking?
Male 3: I do like to have something finished. I’ve never really done tile or any other kind of finished product, some kind of ceramic topping on top and the perimeter.
Male: Well, we’ll look into some tile for the top here. And for the side panels, what do you think about redwood?
Male 3: That sounds good.
Male: That will be a really lovely look. You’re going to maybe want some outdoor lighting if you want to be here at night, right.
Male 3: Oh yeah, absolutely.
Male: You know those lights, under carriage lights on those cars that are like you know ambient lighting.
Male 2: Yeah,
Male: Something like that on the outside of the bar would be now it’s just to give a little pop. Nice little design square. You like that?
Male 3 Yeah.
Male: You’re going to be making some food.
Male 3: Oh, yeah.
Male: This is going to be a restaurant. They don’t even have this in Vegas.
All right, who wants a burger? Just a few days ago, Enrique Barbosa’s barbeque pit was just the pits. Now Alonzo is back to see if we’ve helped light a fire under that.
Male 2: What I’m looking forward to are some well-cooked ribs, some burgers, some hotdogs, some food cooked up on there. That’s what I’m waiting for.
Male: One, Two , three, open your eyes.
Male 2: Oh man, that’s huge. Everything is complete Esse?
Male 2: You’re still not trusting.
Male 2: It work’s, all right.
Male: Oh yeah, it all works.
Male 2: Just like some of the projects that were started but they don’t work.
Male: No, this one not even finished. You got your wine cooler, your fridge. You got your grill, it’s all right here.
Male 2: I like the color of the lights so it matches everything.
Male: Not good?
Male 2: I am proud of my dad, he works hard and he’s like I’m glad that he was able to get this chance to do it and I’m proud of him. I like the way the wood matches into the walls. I like it a lot.
Male: All of it has been done, Esse Aaron and Andy Hemps and we’re here to help out.
Male 4: Hey, my man, enjoy it/
Male 2: Andy, thank you very much, for sure, man.
Male 4: It’s pretty safe to say that Enrique is going to feel the pressure to ask the cook for probably all of Southern California with a barbeque that size now.
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