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Virtual Deaf Church


Christian Unity Series
The church history books tells us that the early church was very diverse. Christianity has been always a diverse group through the history. That is why we need to practice Christian Unity. It is not easy to face various beliefs & interpretations of the Bible. We need to respect other differences because the bottom line is all of us believe in Jesus Christ.

Amateur Deaf Chef


Ingredients
2 garlic cloves
3/4 teaspoon finely chopped fresh rosemary leaves
3/4 teaspoon finely chopped fresh thyme leaves
1 tablespoon dry white wine
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons whole-grain mustard
Nonstick olive oil cooking spray
6 (6 to 8-ounce) salmon fillets
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
6 lemon wedges

Directions
In a mini food processor, combine garlic, rosemary, thyme, wine, oil, Dijon mustard, and 1 tablespoon of whole-grain mustard. Grind the mustard sauce until combined, about 30 seconds. Transfer to a small bowl. Add remaining 1 tablespoon of whole-grain mustard to the sauce and stir to combine. Set aside mustard sauce.
Preheat the broiler. Line a heavy rimmed baking sheet with foil. Spray the foil with nonstick spray. Arrange the salmon fillets on the baking sheet and sprinkle them with salt and pepper. Broil for 2 minutes. Spoon the mustard sauce over the fillets. Continue broiling until the fillets are just cooked through and golden brown, about 5 minutes longer.
Transfer the fillets to plates and serve with lemon wedges.
Recommended Wine: 2001 Pecchenino
Origin: Alba, Piedmont
Grape: Dolcetto
Wine notes: Using white wine for fish and red wine for meat no longer applies. Break with tradition. Italy produces many interesting reds, so for this dish I chose a classic Italian wine made from the dolcetto grape.
This lighter bodied red will marry well with my salmon dish which has a rich and silky texture. The delicacy of the herbs in my mustard glaze goes nicely with the fruity nature of the wine. My rule for pairing wine with dishes is to go with what tastes good.
Wine Pouring Notes: Do not fill above the curve of the bowl, never more than 1/2 full, that way you can get a true sense of the wine’s aroma and a better sense of its bouquet. To get the full experience of the wine, place your nose into the glass and take in the wine’s beautiful aroma.

Virtual Deaf Church


This vlog discuss racist view of the Bible held by Southern Christians. It is all outdated now, of course, but we should learn from that history lesson because it still apply to us today.

Amateur Deaf Chef


Tropical Cream

1/2 oz. vodka
1/2 oz. Midori melon liqueur
1/2 oz. Peach schnapps
1/2 oz. coconut rum
1/2 oz. Frangelico
2 oz. orange juice
1 oz. half & half cream
1 kiwi fruit wheel [or other type of fruit wheel i.e., lemon as shown on video]

1. Fill a shaker halfway with ice cubes.
2. Add the vodka, melon liqueur, peach schnapps, coconut rum, Frangelico, orange juice, and cream to the shaker.
3. Shake the mixture vigorously for 5 to 10 seconds. Strain the drink into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a kiwi fruit wheel.

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