Please help. Florida fire codes prohibit the use of charcoal or gas grills on apartment and condominium balconies. This is probably true in most other states as well. Considering the number of condominiums and apartments in the US, there are probably many residents that would like a balcony smoker. Most would need a 110v model.
My condo association allows electric grills and electric smokers on our balconies and my balcony has a 220v outlet for an electric grill. I would like to buy or retrofit a kamado type grill (e.g. Primo, Big Green Egg) to use as a smoker, slow cooker, and grill. The wife won’t accept a metal box but has reluctantly agreed to a medium size kamado egg.
Is it feasible to retrofit a kamado grill with a 220v electric element? Has anyone done this? What brand kamado grill would work best for this? What heating element and controller? Your thoughts and suggestions please.