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Old 02-06-2010, 10:13 AM
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Next, you're going to slowly add the sugar to the ****er while mixing. Resist the urge to just dump the whole bowl in at once, patience is a virtue. If you don't have the coordination (or can't hold the bowl still) to slowly pour while mixing, pour maybe 1/4th of the sugar in at a time, ensuring that things get well blended in between adding more sugar. Mix it until it's as smooth as possible! When you're done, you'll be left with a sugary ****ery mixture like this:
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Now we're going to add the eggs - but wait, we're going to do it slowly! One at a time, add an egg to the batter, then mix well.
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After adding each egg, you need to mix the heck out of the batter, making sure things stay nice and smooth. Sense a theme? When you're done with all 5 eggs, you'll have an eggy, sugary, ****ery mixture that looks like this:

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Now go find the bowl of flour mix that you stashed away earlier, and grab the cup of milk. What we're going to do is add a bit of flour and a bit of milk, then mix well.
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Old 02-06-2010, 10:15 AM
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Just do a bit of each at a time, and mix it oh so well in between. From time to time, use the spatula to sc**** the sides back down so everything gets mixed well. When you've run out of flour and milk, and the batter is nice and beat all to heck, you'll have something that looks like this:
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