The way Iminutesays done it is take a 15″ deep cast iron skillet, put a stick of butter in the skillet (cut it in half if you feel like it, I use a whole stick), heat at 425 while combining the other ingredients. 1 cup of milk, 1 cup of all purpose flour, and a dozen eggs. Drop the eggs in to a bowl, add the milk, whisk, add the flour how you please, whisk until smooth. Slid the skillet out, pour in your batter, and pop it back in for about 20 minutes. Don’t open the oven to check it if you don’t have to, but it should be brown around the edges.
The fleshy, avaricious, greedy Prince Regent was an almost insatiable collector, who acquired the extraordinarily sensitive Rembrandt, the restrained yet emotional portrait of Agatha Bas, The Lady with a Fan , 1641 ( pictured above right ), her hand curled at the edge of the painting as though she is about to step out into reality. A gift to George IV is an over-the-top scene by Hieronymus Janssens of Charles II Dancing at a Ball at Court , c. 1660, the king seemingly on his toes, surrounded by a crowd of courtiers, the whole awkwardly teetering into the absurd.
Dutch artists were strikingly less concerned about artistic theory than those of many nations, and less given to discussing their art; it appears that there was also much less interest in artistic theory in general intellectual circles and among the wider public than was by then common in Italy.  As nearly all commissions and sales were private, and between bourgeois individuals whose accounts have not been preserved, these are also less well documented than elsewhere. But Dutch art was a source of national pride, and the major biographers are crucial sources of information. These are Karel van Mander (Het Schilderboeck, 1604), who essentially covers the previous century, and Arnold Houbraken ( De groote schouburgh der Nederlantsche konstschilders en schilderessen – "The Great Theatre of Dutch Painters", 1718–21). Both followed, and indeed exceeded, Vasari in including a great number of short lives of artists – over 500 in Houbraken's case – and both are considered generally accurate on factual matters.