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One essential trick with thicker burgers to get even cooking is to make a dimple in the center so that heat can get to the center easier...burger patties will naturally shrink and fatten up in the middle and without thinning that part out it takes so long to heat through that the rest of it dries out or burns. Also helps keep thinner burgers from warping and cupping to thin the middles out a bit. This let's you blast both types with heat for that nice burger flavor and sear...low and slow makes for a meatloaf -like product.
Letting fat burger patties rest a bit can help too since it lets the juices that migrate to the middle redistribute back out so the less cooked middle isn't wet and bloody.

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