So after all the advice from this awesome forum, I decided not to rack to a secondary fermentor. Instead, this is the process I plan to use:
Step 1: Boil and cool my priming sugar, add it to my secondary (or bottling) container. In this case it is my glass carboy.
Step 2: Syphon the beer from my primary fermentor into the carboy and ultimately onto the priming sugar saolution.
Step 3: Stir up the beer a little to properly mix the priming sugar into the beer.
Step 4: Wait 30 minutes, then bottle the brew!
Does this make any sense or am I completely out to lunch here? Any thing that I can improve in my approach?
"Beer fermentation is the most ugly, yet beautiful thing a home brewer can experience." -Me
Please, people, for the love of beer, do not drink your brew out of the bottle. Beer is a beautiful thing and the least it deserves is a clean glass.
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