If it is a new Weber grill that you will be cooking on, you first need to make sure that all parts are in proper place. Refer to the instruction’s manual that came along with your model of the Weber gas grill. On the other hand, if the grill has been used for cooking in the past as well, you need to get rid of accumulated fat or grease on the cooking grill. Use a grill brush to scrub off grease and fat leftover from the last time you cooked on the Weber grill.
Place the grill away from any inflammable materials and spray the cooking grill with cooking spray in order to make sure that food does not stick to the grill while you cook it.
Raise the cover of the grill and turn on the supply of propane gas by opening the valve on the propane tank. Light the grill by pressing the ignition switch for a number of times. If you are unable to light the grill by pressing the ignition switch, use a lit matchstick instead.
Turn on all the burners that you will need. To preheat the grill, close the top cover and wait for approximately 15 minutes.
When the grill is properly heated, place the food that you want to cook on the cooking grill. Make sure that you spread the food in a single layer. To ensure uniform grilling, keep flipping sides. This will also prevent the food from burning. If you feel that the food you are cooking is turning brown too quickly on the outside, lower the heat.
When the food has been cooked properly, remove it from the grill. Clean the grill to remove leftover particles of food.