Charts and Conclusion
Below are some general guidelines for cooking meat, poultry, seafood, fruit and vegetables on the grill. Time can vary depending on the density and thickness of your meat as well as the differences in the grills used, the amount of heat, the grill rack, and the weather. These times are based on an average of these factors; therefore, you should be able to adjust your times accordingly.
Take note that after cooking large cuts of meat allow them to rest by covering loosely with foil for not less than 5 minutes before cutting. This gives the meat time for reabsorbing its juices. Also, remember that during this time, the meat will continue cooking a bit. Therefore, you should remove the meat from your source of fire just before it is done (according to you).