tonight I did a black beans and rice w/ sausage - all in a skillet.
we also like to do pancakes for dinner (plug-in griddle). grits, eggs, and sausage are another bfast for dinner meal we like.
I know summer isn't exactly soup weather, but we still like to do soup in the summer. The other night we cooked a phesant (only b/c we had one in the freezer that needed to be cooked, otherwise I would have done chicken), saved the broth - put the meat back in and tossed in some cheese tortellini.
I also like to do my faux ABC's and 123's/Spaghetti-Os: I puree tomatoes and whatever other veggies I have from the garden (usually squash) with some onion and a stalk of celery, add a can of tomato paste, some salt and pepper and some chicken bullion/broth - simmer for about 15 minutes and then toss in some alphabet noodles (I found them at Kroger) - they never know how good they're eating ;) And grilled cheese always goes well with that.
And another no-cook favorite around here is "snack lunch/supper": we have a plate with yogurt, peanut butter and any other dip you like, apples, carrots, bananas, pretzels, graham crackers, Ritz crackers, cheese, meat, raisins (you get the picture) and you get to "create your own meal" they think it's great. And popcorn is a good add-on to this as well.
off the top of my head - these are some of our favorite "no oven" meals :) HTH (btw, we're in GA too - feelin' that heat right along with you, except we must live in a black hole b/c the rain that's come through the last couple of weeks has missed us!)