Traditional recipes

The Sylvan

The Sylvan

Chicago’s Ovie Bar & Grill has a full service bar that offers imaginative cocktail drinks. With Tanqueray, orange bitters and garnish, and sage leaves, this cocktail is surely delicious and unique.


  • 1.5 Ounces Tanqueray
  • .5 Ounce Domaine de Canton
  • 3 Dashes of orange bitters
  • 3 sage leaves
  • orange slice
  • Dash of soda


Muddle orange slice, bitters and sage in cocktail mixer. Add in gin and Domaine de Canton over ice. Shake ONCE. Pour into rocks glass and garnish with orange slice.


One of the most popular entries at the Sylvan show was a 1961 Austin Mini Countryman station wagon.

This mini Woody wagon was a big hit with people of all ages, including a little girl about three or four years old. She really liked a car that allowed her to look over the door and see inside it.

We liked it because of its colorful owner and his hands-on approach to a project he labeled a “Thief of Time”. See the full story in a future MSCC article.

We usually shy away from anything that has less than four wheels, but a vintage 1950 Chris Craft boat hooked up to a 1930 Hudson Super 8 resto mod got our undivided attention in a big way. Find out the story behind this very cool car/boat combination in a future MSCC feature.

A 1974 Ford Ranger XLT F-350 one-ton pickup looked like the day it left the factory on April 26, 1974. The truck has a long history with one family since new and now belongs to the original owner’s daughter and her husband.

She will explain how the truck managed to survive 42 years with its original paint and good looks in a future MSCC story.

A 1966 Mustang had one of the coolest paint jobs we have ever seen on a first-gen Pony notchback. The owner is a young woman with a great back story about how and why she became the owner of the Mustang.

We will tell her ’66 Mustang story in a future MSCC piece.

A 1966 Corvette convertible is always a good topic for an MSCC article because ‘Vettes have one of the biggest and most enthusiastic fan bases in the car hobby.

This very rare numbers-matching ’66, complete with its 427 factory big block, will be the center piece for a future MSCC story.

A 1956 Dodge Regent four-door sedan has been in one family since it left the dealership sixty years ago.

This legacy car has strong sentimental bonds with three generations of the original owner’s family and we will tell its full story in a future MyStar article.

A 1949 Chevy 5-window custom pickup got our attention because it was built to show-winning standards. The owner was a mechanic by trade and applied his considerable skills to the build process behind his truck.

It was one of the most careful builds we have ever seen and the story behind this project will be told in a future MSCC article.

A 1954 Buick Roadmaster convertible is a rare beast in a Bigfoot legend kind of way because few of these rides still exist-let alone in their original configuration. This 62-year-old drop top was at the Sylvan Lake show and looked like it just left the factory.

The Roadmaster convertible needed plenty of work to bring back its youthful vigor and its story will be told in a future MSCC piece.

Sylvan Lake, Albertamay be a popular summer destination for tourists.

‘This year’s car show in this picturesque resort town also made Sylvan Lake a big hit with car guys.’

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The Sylvan - Recipes


1 TSP citrus rind (optional)

1 Cup Whipping cream (heavy cream)

** may use whole wheat, rye, or spelt flour, adjust liquid to make a stiff batter that holds together without crumbling

Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and cut in butter. When mix resembles oatmeal, add dried fruit and then cream. Mix until just combined. Roll out to a thickness of about 1/4 - 1/2 inch thick. Cut into wedges and place on a cookie sheet and bake in a 400 degree oven for about 20 minutes. Cool and serve with clotted cream or butter.

1 1/2 cup whole flour ( wheat, rye or spelt)

1 1/2 cup unbleached flour

3/4 cup warm water (120-130 degree)

1/4 cup olive oil  (extra virgin tastes best)

1-2 TBS fresh herbs, chopped ( 1-2 TSP dried)

Combine flour, yeast, and sugar.  Add warm water and let rest 10 minutes. DO NOT MIX.  After 10 minutes, mix in salt, herbs and oil.  Knead for about 5 minutes. Form into ball and place in greased bowl, turn once to grease other side, cover and let rise till double. (about one hour) Turn out onto a greased cookie sheet and shape into a round about 8-10 inches in diameter. Poke the dough with your fingertips to create an uneven surface. Cover and let rise for about 45 nimutes (up to 8 hours depending on the dough and temperature). Sprinkle lightly with salt and place in an oven preheated to 400 degrees and bake for 25-30 minutes.  Cut into wedges.  Serve warm with flavored olive oil.

servings: 4 cups prep time: 45 minutes

1 cup stone ground grits Bring water to boil over high heat.

4 cups water Stir in grits and seasonings and

1 TBS butter lower heat and cover. Cook grits

½- ¾ tsp salt for 35-40 minutes stirring requently

Adding more water if needed.

Time to prepare: 30 minutes


3/4 cup stone ground corn meal


Melt butter slowly in a 10 "" heavy skillet. Beat egg and then add milk, 3 TBS melted butter. Mix the dry ingredients together and then add them to the wet ingredients, stirring together to mix them well. Pour the batter onto the remaining butter in the skillet and cover.

Cook over low heat for 15-20 minutes or until done. Make sure the bottom does not get too hot in any one spot. Serve directly from skillet or turn onto a warm plate."


4 cups sliced fresh peaches

3/4 cup Sylvan Falls Mill corn meal

Heat water, sugar, ginger and sliced peaches until bubbly.

In a bowl combine the corn meal, flour, baking powder, sugar, ginger – set aside.

In a separate bowl combine eggs, milk and butter. Pour liquid into dry mixture and stir until just combined.

Place peaches on bottom of 9 inch round pan,(cast iron works well) pour corn mixture over peaches and bake in 400 degree oven for 30 minutes.

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About the Author

Sylvia Woods, born in Hemingway, South Carolina, started the world-famous Sylvia's Restaurant in 1963 and opened a second restaurant in Atlanta in 1997. She owned a line of canned and bottled food products that is sold in supermarkets across the country.

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My mother, Julia, made some of the best fried chicken in all of South Carolina. She had her secrets to making it crunchy on the outside but keeping it tender on the inside. First of all, she would always shake the chicken in the coating, never dredge it. Then she cooked the chicken in a deep layer of oil in a black iron pan.

Fried chicken was a dish that she made for holidays, and oftentimes for Sunday dinner. She also fried up a batch before sending the children anywhere by train, since fried chicken makes the most delicious sandwiches imaginable. She would put the chicken between two slices of white bread, which were covered with mayonnaise. The longer the chicken sandwiches sat, the better they tasted, since the crumblings from the chicken skin and the mayonnaise would soak into the soft white bread. My son, Kenneth, would sometimes just eat the bread by itself before eating the chicken, since it tasted so good. The sandwiches were packed into a shoebox with some fruit and maybe a piece of cake or pie. You were supposed to wait until lunchtime to eat the chicken sandwiches, but none of the kids could ever wait that long. Kenny tells the story like this:

"I can remember those chicken sandwiches that my grandmother would pack for me to take on the train back to New York. It was a long train trip, maybe thirteen hours, and Grandma would make sure to pack me plenty of food. I could hardly wait to get on the train and eat those sandwiches because the aroma would just come out of the box and grab my attention. And my stomach would start rumbling and my mouth would start watering. Grandma would be waving good-bye, tears in her eyes, and I wouldn't really be paying attention. Almost before the train pulled off, I would have torn open the box and have wrapped my mouth around a fried chicken sandwich. Boy they were great!"

One 3 1/2-pound chicken, cut into eighths
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1 1/4 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper, divided
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon paprika
1 cup vegetable oil

1. Rinse the chicken and pat dry. In a small bowl, combine the salt, 1 teaspoon of the black pepper, and the garlic powder. Sprinkle over the chicken. Let stand at least 20 minutes or, even better, overnight in the refrigerator.

2. Place the flour, the remaining 1/4 teaspoon black pepper, and paprika into a plastic bag. Add the seasoned chicken and shake until each piece is covered with the flour.

3. In a large skillet, heat the oil over high heat until it bubbles when a little flour is sprinkled in. Add the chicken pieces and reduce the heat to medium. Cook for 7 to 10 minutes or until the chicken is nicely browned on the bottom. Turn and cook on the other side for 7 to 10 minutes or until cooked through. Remove from the skillet and drain on paper towels before serving.

Black-eyed peas have always been a part of our history and an important ingredient in soul food. In fact, when someone asks me what soul food is, I always name black-eyed peas first, along with collard greens, fried chicken, and barbecue.

Black-eyed peas originated in Asia and made their way to the West Indies and throughout the South, where they flourished in the warm fields.

When I was growing up, we ate black-eyed peas mostly in the winter. We always bought them dried, since they didn't grow plentifully in our fields as field peas and cow peas did. But every now and then, we'd find some black-eyed peas growing up the cornstalks with the other beans (sometimes the seeds get mixed together). Then we'd eat them fresh. This recipe is meant for the dried kind of pea, although these days it's easier to buy them already cooked in cans or frozen. Get them any way you like, but definitely make this spicy salad next time you need something to serve at a picnic or for a buffet. There's nothing better.

1 1/2 cups cooked or canned black-eyed peas
3/4 cup chopped green bell pepper
1/2 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup chopped red onion
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1/4 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cider vinegar
1 clove garlic, minced
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1/2 teaspoon hot sauce

1. In a large bowl, combine the blackeyed peas, green pepper, celery, and both onions.

2. In a small bowl, combine the oil, sugar, vinegar, garlic, salt, black pepper, and hot sauce. Pour the dressing over the beans. Toss. Let stand overnight for the flavors to meld.

[Deck Recipes] January 14th, 2020

Basic Link Summons and Dracos in a Present Box. Also Baboon Trees.

A Deck made entirely from Starter Deck 2019. The Deck has synergy with Code Talker cards.

Who This Is For: Beginners
Deck Strength: Average
Rule Complexity: Easy
Ease of Building: Very Easy to Build

1 Threshold Borg
1 Cyberse White Hat
2 Linkslayer
2 Lady Debug
2 RAM Clouder
1 Rebuildeer
2 Code Generator
2 Widget Kid
2 Draconnet
1 Flip Frozen
2 Photon Thrasher
2 Leotron
2 Bitron

2 Cynet Crosswipe
2 Book of Moon
2 Mystical Space Typhoon
2 United We Stand
1 Monster Reborn
1 Raigeki

1 Cynet Cascade
1 Cynet Regression
2 Compulsory Evacuation Device
2 Mirror Force
2 Call of the Haunted

2 Decode Talker Extended
2 Powercode Talker
2 Trackblack
2 Security Dragon
2 Link Spider

Dracoslayers and Dracoverlords appear!!

3 Box of Friends
2 Doll Monster Miss Mädchen
1 Doll Monster Bear-Bear
2 Grandpa Demetto
2 Master Peace, the True Dracoslayer
1 Metaltron XII, the True Dracombatant
3 Vector Pendulum, the Dracoverlord
3 Master Pendulum, the Dracoslayer
1 The Chaos Creator

2 Chaos Space
3 Doll Happiness
3 Draco Face-Off
1 Dragonic Diagram
3 Painful Decision
2 Forge of the True Dracos
3 Upstart Goblin
3 Chicken Game
1 Set Rotation
1 Terraforming

1 Princess Cologne
1 Number 22: Zombiestein
1 Galaxy-Eyes Cipher Ex Dragon
1 Galaxy-Eyes Cipher Blade Dragon
1 Galaxy-Eyes Cipher Dragon
1 Number 38: Hope Harbinger Dragon Titanic Galaxy
1 Majester Paladin, the Ascending Dracoslayer
1 Ignister Prominence, the Blasting Dracoslayer
1 Dinoster Power, the Mighty Dracoslayer
1 Barbaroid, the Ultimate Battle Machine
1 Number S39: Utopia the Lightning
1 Number 39: Utopia
1 Barricadeborg Blocker
1 Borrelsword Dragon
1 Link Spider

3 Baobaboon
3 Disciple of Nephthys
3 Chronicler of Nephthys
3 Cerulean Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys
3 Conductor of Nephthys
3 Devotee of Nephthys
2 Sacred Phoenix of Nephthys
2 Matriarch of Nephthys
1 Dark Nephthys

3 Rebirth of Nephthys
3 Pre-Preparation of Rites
3 Preparation of Rites

3 Urgent Ritual Art
3 Torrential Tribute
2 Awakening of Nephthys

3 Nephthys, the Sacred Preserver
1 Geonator Transverser
1 Knightmare Phoenix
1 Nephthys, the Sacred Flame
1 Knightmare Unicorn
1 Galaxy-Eyes Cipher Blade Dragon
1 Galaxy-Eyes Full Armor Photon Dragon
1 Galaxy-Eyes Cipher Dragon
1 Dingirsu, the Orcust of the Evening Star
1 Super Quantal Mech Beast Grampulse
1 The Phantom Knights of Break Sword
1 Herald of Pure Light
1 Daigusto Phoenix

3 Baobaboon
3 Rose Girl
2 Aromage Marjoram
2 Aromage Jasmine
2 Aromaseraphy Angelica
2 Lonefire Blossom
1 Spore
3 Psychic Wheeleder
2 Crane Crane

2 Aroma Gardening
2 Aroma Garden
3 Fragrance Storm
1 Monster Reborn
1 Terraforming
1 Harpie’s Feather Duster

1 Humid Winds
2 Blessed Winds
2 Ring of Destruction
1 Loop of Destruction
3 Mirror Force
1 Pollinosis

1 Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
1 Mist Wurm
2 Aromaseraphy Sweet Marjoram
2 Aromaseraphy Jasmine
2 Sunavalon Dryas
2 Sunavalon Dryades
2 Sunavalon Dryanome
3 Sunvine Thrasher

3 Baobaboon
3 Obelisk the Tormentor
3 Sylvan Hermitree
3 Sylvan Sagequoia
3 Rose Paladin
3 Sylvan Princessprout
2 Lonefire Blossom
1 Spore

3 Fist of Fate
3 The True Name
3 Exchanging Souls
3 Sylvan Charity
3 Rose Bell of Revelation
3 Fragrance Storm

1 The Absolute Divine Beast

1 Sylvan Princessprite
1 Number 3: Cicada King
1 Virtual World Shell – Jaja
1 Downerd Magician
1 Rikka Queen Strenna
1 Drill Driver Vespenato
1 Orea, the Sylvan High Arbiter
1 Number 76: Harmonizer Gradielle
1 Mecha Phantom Beast Dracossack
1 Alsei, the Sylvan High Protector
1 Teardrop the Rikka Queen
1 Hieratic Heavenly Dragon Overlord of Heliopolis
1 Hieratic Sun Dragon Overlord of Heliopolis
1 Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS – Sky Thunder
1 Chaos Ruler, the Chaotic Magical Dragon

3 Baobaboon
2 Destiny HERO – Diamond Dude
2 Destiny HERO – Malicious
3 Vision HERO Vyon
1 Destiny HERO – Dynatag
1 Destiny HERO – Drawhand
2 Elemental HERO Stratos
2 Lonefire Blossom
1 Infernoble Knight – Renaud

3 Black Garden
3 Frozen Rose
3 Fusion Destiny
2 A Hero Lives
1 Favorite Hero
1 Foolish Burial
1 Terraforming
1 Reinforcement of the Army
2 Lightning Storm
3 Triple Tactics Talent
3 Rank-Up-Magic – The Seventh One

1 Destiny HERO – Dystopia
1 Destiny HERO – Dominance
1 Destiny HERO – Dangerous
1 Xtra HERO Cross Crusader
1 Xtra HERO Dread Decimator
1 Isolde, Two Tales of the Noble Knights
1 Predaplant Verte Anaconda
1 Cross-Sheep
1 Borrelsword Dragon
1 The Phantom Knights of Break Sword
1 Number 71: Rebarian Shark
1 Number 107: Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon
1 Number C107: Neo Galaxy-Eyes Tachyon Dragon
1 Number 101: Silent Honor ARK
1 Number C101: Silent Honor DARK

3 Baobaboon
2 Lonefire Blossom
1 Predaplant Ophrys Scorpio
1 Predaplant Darlingtonia Cobra
1 Predaplant Chlamydosundew
1 Spore
1 Rose Girl
2 Elemental HERO Neos
1 Rainbow Dark Dragon
1 Electromagnetic Turtle
1 Necro Gardna
1 Bacon Saver
1 Dinowrestler Pankratops
3 Fantastical Dragon Phantazmay
1 Radian, the Multidimensional Kaiju
2 Kumongous, the Sticky String Kaiju
2 Gameciel, the Sea Turtle Kaiju

3 Neos Fusion
1 Miracle Contact
1 Lightning Storm
1 Harpie’s Feather Duster
1 Monster Reborn
1 One Day of Peace
1 Instant Fusion
2 Super Polymerization
3 Interrupted Kaiju Slumber

1 Elemental HERO Neos Knight
2 Elemental HERO Brave Neos
1 Rainbow Neos
1 Thousand-Eyes Restrict
1 Starving Venom Fusion Dragon
1 Predaplant Dragostapelia
1 Predaplant Chimerafflesia
1 Number 3: Cicada King
1 The Phantom Knights of Break Sword
1 Borrelsword Dragon
1 Crystron Halqifibrax
1 Predaplant Verte Anaconda
1 Aromaseraphy Jasmine
1 Linkuriboh

3 Baobaboon
2 Lonefire Blossom
3 Dinomight Knight, the True Dracofighter
3 Ignis Heat, the True Dracowarrior
3 Majesty Maiden, the True Dracocaster
1 Metaltron XII, the True Dracombatant
3 Ash Blossom & Joyous Spring

1 Terraforming
1 Dragonic Diagram
3 True Draco Heritage
3 Disciples of the True Dracophoenix
1 Harpie’s Feather Duster
3 Pot of Desires
1 Pot of Prosperity

3 True King’s Return
3 True Draco Apocalypse
2 Crackdown
1 Metaverse

3 Humhumming the Key Djinn
1 Muzurhythm the String Djinn
3 Downerd Magician
3 Divine Arsenal AA-ZEUS – Sky Thunder
3 Dhampir Vampire Sheridan
2 Knightmare Phoenix

Where the Sylvan Settings Enhance the Art

Spring blossoms, clement breezes and some newborn farm animals make this a particularly delightful time to visit three outdoor sites where artwork is surrounded by the splendors of nature.

A Floating Shroud

One of those splendors is fog, which is enveloping Philip Johnson’s Glass House, the centerpiece of the renowned architect’s 49-acre property in New Canaan, Conn. For 10 minutes every hour, a dense mist rises around Mr. Johnson’s glass-walled former home. It catches the wind, sometimes wafting through the trees, sometimes obscuring the house entirely before disappearing.

This wet, floating shroud is “Fujiko Nakaya: Veil,” an installation by Ms. Nakaya, a Japanese artist known for her fog and water-based creations around the world. The first site-specific installation to engage the Glass House itself, “Veil” comments on the building’s exposed presence, temporarily concealing it and cloaking the landscape normally visible from within.

Henry Urbach, the site’s director, commissioned “Veil” to commemorate Glass House’s 65th anniversary. “The house has a kind of timelessness,” he said, “and of course it’s all about transparency. We are confronting that with something that is ephemeral, constantly changing and often very opaque and mysterious.”

There are other things to explore on the grounds, a meticulously conceived setting containing 14 structures, among them an eccentric building called Da Monsta and a sculpture gallery where sunlight spills through a glass ceiling across pieces by Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella and others. An exhibition series titled “Six Panels” was initiated this month in the cloverleaf-shaped painting gallery, which was built into a grassy mound. This season, “Six Panels: Al Taylor” features drawings and assemblages by Mr. Taylor, curated by Robert Storr.

The public can enter the site by choosing from several tours (new this year is a self-guided option) or by attending a presentation or performance. Inside the house, visitors will find a small sculpture by Vincent Fecteau, part of the “Night (1947-2015)” exhibition program referencing Alberto Giacometti’s sculpture “Night.” Mr. Johnson owned “Night” and displayed it on his coffee table until it was sent back to the artist for restoration. Mr. Giacometti died before the work was completed and the piece was never returned. The sculptures in “Night (1947-2015)” rest on the spot where “Night” once stood.

Sculpture on Center Stage

Philip Johnson was a bit of a mentor to Gilbert V. Boro, who, with his wife, Emily Seward Boro, was a co-founder of Studio 80 & Sculpture Grounds, a 4.5-acre sculpture garden surrounding their home in Old Lyme, Conn. After graduating from college, Mr. Boro consulted Mr. Johnson about his ambitions to become a sculptor. Mr. Johnson offered a practical suggestion: Continue sculpting but learn architecture to make a living.

Mr. Boro did just that. For 40 years he worked in Boston, where he and his wife raised two sons. When the couple moved to Old Lyme in 2004, their intention was to place sculptures throughout their property and open it to the public.

Today Sculpture Grounds visitors can stroll among a changing selection of more than 80 large-scale, mostly abstract sculptures by Mr. Boro and other artists, and dozens of smaller ones in the gallery located in Studio 80, Mr. Boro’s 3,500-square foot studio. Brightly colored steel forms adorn the lawn stone works mingle with cedar trees along the Lieutenant River. A few pieces are hidden in a natural enclosure that Mr. Boro named the “Secret Garden.” Richard Warrington’s brushed stainless steel arch, “Mid-Summer’s Dream,” creates a passage between the Sculpture Grounds and the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts next door.

On-site parking is for the disabled only, but there are plenty of spots in the school’s lot. Self-guided tour maps are available near Mr. Warrington’s arch and by the front entrance, which leads guests through a canopy of river birches. Mr. Boro welcomes all ages he invites picnicking and encourages hands-on exploration. “It’s all grandchild-tested,” he said, “so please, touch everything.”

Acres of Art and Nature

On a recent sun-filled afternoon, Melissa H. Mulrooney entered a pen on Heckscher Farm and scooped up an infant goat. “This is the joy,” she beamed as she stroked its downy fur.

Ms. Mulrooney is the executive director of the Stamford Museum & Nature Center, where visitors can experience 118 acres of art and nature. There are exhibition galleries and outdoor sculptures, an observatory with a 22-inch telescope, a playground in the woods, miles of hiking trails, including one that is wheelchair accessible, and an otter pond where the resident otters frolic.

Founded in 1936, the center expanded onto the former estate of the fashion mogul Henri Bendel in 1955. It now presents art-, culture- and science-themed exhibitions in the neo-Tudor mansion that was once Mr. Bendel’s summer home. Currently on view (but soon to close) is the two-part “Black • White • Color • Light: The Art of Rick Shaefer and The Sun as Art: NASA Photographs.”

Mr. Shaefer’s monumental drawings are life-size charcoal portraits of crows, a bison, tree limbs and tortuous vines. The high-resolution photographic images in “The Sun as Art” were created by Dr. Steele Hill, a media specialist at NASA who manipulated frames of video taken of the sun. “Both shows were inspired by familiar subjects in the natural world,” Kirsten Brophy, the museum’s curator of collections and exhibitions, said. “Here they’re elevated as art so that we’ll stop and take a second look.”

Down on Heckscher Farm, there is an organic vegetable garden, a maple sugaring house and the 1750 Cheshire Barn, where the horses sleep at night. The education-oriented working farm is bursting with newborn additions to its more than 50 heritage breeds, including pigs, cows, sheep and goats.

The center hosts an array of programming for all ages. This weekend is the date of the annual Spring on the Farm Festival, complete with llama trekking, sheep shearing and a chance to welcome the new babies.

[Deck Recipes] March 21st, 2021

Today’s Thousand Meeting Sample Decks we’ll be covering are Titan (from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX) and his “Archfiend” Decks, with the restriction that your Main Deck have 15 or more “Archfiend” cards.

3 Red-Eyes Archfiend of Lightning
1 Archfiend Heiress
3 Archfiend Eccentrick
3 The Black Stone of Legend
3 Black Metal Dragon
1 Red-Eyes Baby Dragon
2 Gearfried the Red-Eyes Iron Knight
1 Red-Eyes Black Flare Dragon
1 Doom Shaman
1 Immortal Phoenix Gearfried

3 Archfiend’s Staff of Despair
2 Red-Eyes Insight
3 Catalyst Field
1 Terraforming

3 Archfiend’s Roar
2 Nightmare Archfiends
1 Red-Eyes Spirit
2 Return of the Red-Eyes
1 Red-Eyes Fang with Chain
3 Gemini Ablation
1 Archfiend’s Ascent

1 Inzektor Exa-Beetle
1 Constellar Ptolemy M7
1 Number 39: Utopia Beyond
1 Beatrice, Lady of the Eternal
1 Dhampir Vampire Sheridan
1 Jinzo – Layered
1 Gaia Dragon, the Thunder Charger
1 Masterking Archfiend
1 Linkmail Archfiend
2 Linkuriboh
1 Relinquished Anima
1 Black Luster Soldier – Soldier of Chaos
1 World Gears of Theurlogical Demiurgy

2 Summoned Skull
3 Archfiend’s Awakening
2 Archfiend Cavalry
3 Archfiend Heiress
2 Archfiend Commander
3 Spiritual Whisper
2 Manju of the Ten Thousand Hands
3 Archfiend Eccentrick
2 Metalfoes Steelen
3 Metalfoes Silverd
1 Metalfoes Goldriver
1 Raremetalfoes Bismugear
1 Parametalfoes Melcaster
1 Metalfoes Vanisher
1 Hallohallo

3 Dowsing Fusion
3 Advanced Ritual Art
1 Metalfoes Fusion

2 Metalfoes Counter
1 Metalfoes Combination

1 First of the Dragons
1 Archfiend’s Manifestation
1 Archfiend’s Call
1 Archfiend’s Ascent
1 Number 60: Dugares the Timeless
1 Beatrice, Lady of the Eternal
1 Masterking Archfiend
1 Proxy F Magician
1 Cross-Sheep
1 Heavymetalfoes Electrumite
1 Parametalfoes Azortless
1 Fullmetalfoes Alkahest
1 Metalfoes Mithrilium
1 Metalfoes Adamante
1 Metalfoes Orichalc

1 Archfiend Empress
1 Archfiend Emperor, the First Lord of Horror
3 Archfiend Commander
1 Summoned Skull
3 Archfiend Heiress
1 Archfiend Eccentrick
2 The Suppression Pluto
3 Tour Guide From the Underworld
3 Fiendish Rhino Warrior
3 Terrifying Toddler of Torment
1 Edge Imp Sabres
1 Doomdog Octhros
1 Dark Spirit of Malice
1 Dark Spirit of Banishment

3 Convulsion of Nature
3 Archfiend’s Oath
3 Falling Down
1 Foolish Burial

2 Call of the Archfiend
3 Fiend Griefing

2 Linkmail Archfiend
2 Masterking Archfiend
2 Archfiend’s Ascent
2 Barricadeborg Blocker
2 Cherubini, Ebon Angel of the Burning Abyss
1 Alsei, the Sylvan High Protector
1 Inzektor Exa-Beetle
1 Pilgrim Reaper
1 Beatrice, Lady of the Eternal
1 Number 49: Fortune Tune

Who This Is For: Returning Players
Deck Strength: Pretty Strong
Rule Complexity: Fairly Simple
Ease of Building: Easy to Collect and Build

2 Goblindbergh
3 Summoner Monk
3 ZS – Ascend Sage
3 ZS – Arms Sage
2 ZW – Asura Strike
1 ZW – Lightning Blade
1 ZW – Tornado Bringer
3 ZW – Pegasus Twin Saber
2 Honest

3 ZEXAL Entrust
3 ZEXAL Construction
3 Rank-Up-Magic ZEXAL Force
1 Shining Draw
2 Generation Force
2 Xyz Change Tactics
2 Twin Twisters

1 Xyz Reborn
1 Halfway to Forever
2 ZEXAL Alliance

3 Number 39: Utopia
1 Gagaga Samurai
1 Gagaga Cowboy
1 Gagagaga Magician
1 Number S39: Utopia Prime
1 Number S39: Utopia the Lightning
1 Number 99: Utopic Dragon
1 Number F0: Utopic Future
1 Number C39: Utopia Ray
2 Dragonic Utopia Ray
2 ZW – Dragonic Halberd

Activate the effect of “Earthbound Greater Linewalker”!

3 Ursarctic Micpola
2 Ursarctic Mictanus
2 Ursarctic Micbilis
2 Ursarctic Megatanus
2 Ursarctic Megabilis
2 Ursarctic Megapola
3 Earthbound Greater Linewalker
1 Earthbound Immortal Aslla piscu
1 Earthbound Immortal Uru
1 Earthbound Immortal Cusillu
1 Gizmek Orochi, the Serpentron Sky Slasher
2 Gizmek Okami, the Dreaded Deluge Dragon
2 Alpha, the Master of Beasts

1 Ursarctic Big Dipper
3 Ursarctic Departure
2 Ursarctic Slider
3 Earthbound Geoglyph
1 Earthbound Whirlwind
2 Battle Waltz

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Silvanas or Sylvanas Recipe

Silvanas or Sylvanas Recipe is a favorite cookie dessert in the Philippine Islands especially in Visayas. If you&rsquore not in the Philippines you can make your own using this recipe.

Silvanas or Sylvanas is a super buttery cream sandwiched between two cashew-meringue wafers, coated with cashew crumbs. It is often referred to as a cookie version of Sans Rival. Sylvanas are best served frozen because they become crunchy. It satisfies a totally different kind of food cravings. The type of dessert that would get you to forget your name, it is so good. So indulgent, you should try!

Try this yummy goodness, Filipino Sylvanas Recipe.

Silvanas or Sylvanas Ingredients:

Meringue Wafer:

  • 1/2 cup egg whites
  • 1 tsp. cream of tartar
  • 3/4 cup caster sugar
  • 1/4 tsp. almond extract
  • 1/4 cup all purpose flour , sifted
  • 1/2 cup cashew nuts, finely ground and sifted
  • 1 3/4 cups cashew nuts, finely ground + 1/4 cup bread crumbs or
  • 1 3/4 cups cake crumbs + 1/4 cup cashew nuts, finely ground

Silvanas or Sylvanas Cooking Instructions:

  • Preheat oven to 300F. Grease and flour cookie sheet or use a good quality wax paper.
  • Grind cashew nuts finely in a food processor with all-purpose flour. But if you don&rsquot have you can do it manually with mortar and pestle as what I did. Sieve crushed cashew nuts and set aside. Sift all-purpose flour in a separate bowl and set aside as well.
  • Combine egg whites and cream of tartar in a mixing bowl with wire whip attachment. Mix at medium speed for 1 minute while gradually adding the caster sugar. Switch the speed and add the almond extract, continue beating the egg whites until stiff peaks are formed and glossy.
  • Fold in flour and cashew nuts together over a sieve and gradually cut and fold until well blended. Put mixture into piping bag and snip the end with a scissor.
  • Pipe meringue onto the prepared cookie sheet lined with wax paper. To yield the same size of meringue wafer make a circle pattern using any size of round shape you got and trace it on the wax paper for an even outline. In this procedure I used a 2 inch cookie cutter, the size is just perfect for me.
  • Pipe meringue evenly onto the sheet, this recipe makes 24 wafers yields a dozen of decadent sylvana. Bake the meringue in the center of the oven for 25 minutes or until lightly brown.
  • Let it cool completely before transferring to a wire rack to prevent the wafers from cracking. Meringue wafers are fragile when it&rsquos hot and very easy to peel off when it&rsquos completely cooled.
  • Prepare icing while waiting for the meringue wafer to cool down. Dissolve sugar in milk, then cream butter until pale in color. Add sugar-milk solution slowly while beating continuously until smooth.
  • Chill the butter mixture while preparing for the coating mixture. In a bowl crumble leftover slice of sponge cake, mamon or any plain yellow cake. In this recipe I&rsquom using one of my Torta Cake Cebuano that I made earlier. Crumble the cake finely and add the finely ground cashew nuts and mix well, then set aside.
  • To prepare the other coating mixture mix finely ground cashew nuts and add the bread crumbs in a separate bowl and mix well, then set aside. If you don&rsquot have bread crumbs that would be fine &lsquocoz it&rsquos just an extender (cashews are expensive why not add a cheaper extender, that doesn&rsquot compromise the taste anyway).

Sylvanas or Silvanas Recipe is a delectable Frozen Cashew and Meringue Cookie Sandwiches

2021 Sylvan Beach Boat Show & Sale to be held May 22-23

The Sylvan Beach Resort Association's Annual Boat Show & Sale will be held on the Village Green the weekend of May 22-23, 2021.

SYLVAN BEACH, N.Y. -- The Sylvan Beach Resort Association's Annual Boat Show & Sale will be held on the Village Green on Saturday, May 22, 2021 from 10 a.m. &ndash 8 p.m. and Sunday, May 23, 2021 from 10 a.m. &ndash 4 p.m.

The event will showcase many new models of pontoon, power and sport boats, including cruisers, personal watercraft, and watercraft accessories.

The show features the largest regional selection of watercraft on display.

There will also be a variety of vendors with items for sale and on display, NYS Boating Information Center, NYS Canal Corporation, and much more!

Officials say there will be plenty of outdoor, socially distant exhibit space. They urge you to consider wearing a mask or remaining 6 feet from others not in your group. An approved Boat Show Safety Plan is being implimented.

&ldquoWe are excited to bring the community a comprehensive, safe, outdoor event,&rdquo said Dan Cifonelli, event chair. &ldquoWe have developed and communicated a safety plan that considers Flu Guidelines. It is time for some outdoor fun!&rdquo

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