We use roasted garlic in everything from pasta salads to quick spreads for summer meals that need to happy in a hurry. You can purchase roasted peeled cloves from the grocery store, but their price tag seems a little staggering compared to the cost of purchasing garlic and roasting it yourself.
To keep the heat out of your kitchen and out on your grill try this simple method for grilling your week's garlic ahead. Simply lay a piece of aluminum foil on your counter, say 12" worth and place your peeled garlic pieces in the middle. Drizzle with olive oil and wrap tightly. We fold the long edges together and crimp them tightly and then fold up the ends (although it makes no difference as long as the oil can't escape into the flames).
Note: You can also roast them in the peel (once you remove the thin papery outer layer), but it requires paying more attention to not burn the skins, instead of kicking back and forgetting about them for a few minutes!