I'll answer with a practical suggestion, rather than precisely answering the "Can we" question with "you can!".
A complex appliance designed for indoors, full of electronic controls and sensors, and lots of hidden inaccessible crevices where moisture and insects can collect, is unlikely to last long outside, or to work at all in some extreme outdoor temperatures.
Look at specialty outdoor cooking web sites and vendors.
Buy a gas cooktop designed for outdoor use. They exist, and they are designed in a way that can withstand most of the things that the outdoors can throw at them (sun, snow, etc ... maybe not bears). Outdoor ovens are harder to find. There are lots of pizza ovens designed for outdoors. They can be used for more than just pizza. And if there are some things that require a conventional oven, you can cook those inside. Why do you need to, for example, bake a cake outdoors? That's probably not how you'll get most of the enjoyment from your outdoor setup so move that bit back inside.