I am an inexperienced cook and am trying to diversify my repertoire of recipes and the types of foods that I eat. I bought a lamb shoulder roast (organic, grass fed) for the first time and am trying to figure out what to do with it. I haven't cooked lamb before (other than just ground lamb). It is a little over 2 pounds and only has one bone in it that I can see. In my searches, I have mostly found suggestions for roasting it in the oven. However, it is hot here, and I don't want to heat up the house by using my oven. Can anyone recommend a good way to cook a lamb shoulder roast either on the BBQ or in a crockpot? We have a pretty basic propane grill. I'm looking for a simple recipe for this first endeavor, so something without any super fancy ingredients would be nice. But, the meat was kinda expensive so I want to make sure that I don't screw it up--so if it requires fancy ingredients, so be it! Thanks for your help!!