Somehow I was volunteered to man the grill yesterday for 3 items..31 lobsters.. lots were small chicks and some medium sized..
and 14 black abalone and a dozen or so full chicken legs w thighs.. I am a fan of grilled lobster but.. when they are small even a little over cooking can make for a dry,chewy rubber like meat..instead I went with what I have done in the past.. Drop 6-8 at a time, boiling water for 4-5 minutes.. Twist and break head-tail connection and remove tail meat, put all the cooked meat together in a big pot,pour a couple of sticks of melted butter all over, generous salt and some paprika and mix it around.. the coated tails then go to open flame grill to get a little color and taste from the coals..ready to serve..
Abalone cleaned and then cut into to thumb thickness strips.. Pan tossed w butter, onions and garlic.. and then finish using the grill.. Still pretty " chewy " but everyone said that they enjoyed it.. Do chicken on tin foil first and then get about 5-7 minutes a side w great attention not to start it on fire.. I personally can eat cold pizza, lobster or chicken 24\7 ..we did not have access to any decent corn on the cob..but if you soak it and leave on the husk it's probably one of the best BBQ results you can eat.. Butter, salt,pepper.. and if you are a Mexican you put mayonnaise on it with some chili powder mix..different flavor.. Very popular ..also pretty easy is quartered small zucchini squash and paint on some olive oil and salt, maybe parmesan cheese and grill it until near black.. Easy to eat.. Easier to make..
I am not in a spacious enough house for a dedicated pizza oven but if I win the lotto first thing I buy after I hire personal trainer.. I have seen some fantastic designs and finished pizza results on YouTube and I can spend lots of time watching people make pizza..