I love grilling in the summer because #1)the heat from cooking is outside not in; #2) the mess is outside not in, #3) the smell is awesome and #4) there is a lot you can do on a grill.
Take yesterday for instance, I had a family pack of drumsticks I got on sale, and I decided to cook them all at once so I would have easy to reheat leftovers for lunches a couple of days. In addition to those, I took a glass corning baker put a little oil in, chopped some zucchini that a neighbor gave me, added a tad of emeril's seasoning and put that on the grill (in the dish, uncovered), and I took 2 twice baked potatoes out of the freezer (from yesterday's post) allowed them to thaw a little while (maybe half hour), them put them in yet another small glass corning dish and pt that directly on the grill too and let them cook. A word of caution on the corning dishes though, make sure you don't put them over high heat. My grill is one of those where the left and right are separately adjustable, so I can turn down the side with the corning.
I have even baked bread on the grill on a very low setting when the power went out after I had proofed it one day. Took about the same amount of time, and it somehow even browned some - I don't know how on earth that happened.