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Poetry In Motion


Iowa Poet Laureate Mary Swander and students from Iowa State University and Iowa School for the Deaf.

KitchenTalk


Episode 1: KitchenTalk’s regular host, Marilyn Smith, is on vacation and we have Stephanie Gasco on board as our guest host. In this episode, we invited Dawn Schriver, who is a Domestic Violence survivor, to talk about her VLOG, requesting for money which stirred a lot of controversy and dialogue surrounding Domestic Violence.

Tax Tips


IRS Withholding Calculator
Check your federal withholding tax by using our online calculator on IRS.gov.

Amateur Deaf Chef


Ham & Pesto Panini AND Ham & Mango Chutney Panini

INGREDIENTS:
Sourdough bread (or any other bread of your preference)
Sliced ham
Sliced Honey Crisp Apple
Swiss Cheese (or any cheese of your preference)
Spinach leaves
Dijon Mustard
Pesto spread (for sandwich #1)
Mango Chutney (for sandwich #2)
Earth Balance Soy Butter
Season with sea salt and ground pepper for taste, if needed.

INSTRUCTIONS:
Spread Pesto “or” Mango Chutney on one side of bread
On the second side of bread, please spread on some dijon mustard.
Place some sliced apple on one side then lay down the spinach leaves on other side.
Top either one of these side with sliced ham and cheese
Fold the bread altogether
Butter the top and bottom bread then place them in hot panini machine (George Foreman Grill, panini equipment, or any other methods are good).
Cook until surface of bread turns golden brown
Take the sandwich out of equipment and slice them in half.
Serve immediately.

Virtual Deaf Church


A Misguided View of the Church History
Some Christians teach that their church or denomination are the only right church/denomination and the rest of churches/denominations are corrupted. This is a delusional and very misguided view. This view always lead to pride and judgmental views. The Church History on contrast show a beautiful diversity of churches and churches made of different nations.

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