I was thinking.....
If I were to take a corrugated dryer exhaust hose, and clamp it to the exhaust of the egg (gently), could this be used to grill inside a garage in the winter? Similar to how we would connect a hose to the exhaust of a vehicle when I installed car audio at best buy. We would run the hose from the exhaust of the car, and out the hold in the garage. The egg would also heat the garage if needed, mine is insulated so it will stay nice and toasty!
Is this a ridiculous thought or will the egg be fine in really cold temps? I have seen people use some kind of insulator for the eggs and smokers outside for cold weather cooking, but thought that this may be easier.
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