Make sure the grill is set up in an area that is safe and well-ventilated. It should not be near things that can easily catch fire, or close to children or pets or furniture.
Make sure the grill is thoroughly cleaned of grease and debris, so leftover resin will not spark while you are inside. Check all of the cords and gas can to make sure it is working properly and connected securely.
Add the charcoal or briquettes into the bottom of the grill. Turn on the gas and light the grill with a match on very low heat and close the grill top.
Place your meat or vegetables upon the grill and make sure not to turn it up past medium. You do not want your grill overheating indoors. With this in mind, cooking your food may take longer. Make sure not to poke the coals repeatedly, as this can create pockets of gas that can cause mini fires.
Remove your food once it is cooked and place it on a plate to the side. Turn off the grill and close the lid. Let the grill cool. Once cooled, clean the grill thoroughly and unplug the connections.