Recipes: Sunday Dinners: Salmon in Puff Pastry

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If you are looking for a scrumptious new dish to serve your family and friends – we have it for you!   In this edition of Sunday Dinners, Gordon Robertson shares his recipe for Salmon in Puff Pastry.  You’ll also want to try these delicious additions to your meal:  Strawberry Vinaigrette Dressing, Glazed Walnuts, and Peach Melba with Raspberry sauce.


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Scientists and software developers came together to produce a prosthetic eye with a 3D printer using the data they obtained from the scanning data of the eye socket. Moordields The transplant of the world's first fully digitally printed prosthetic eye took place in an eye hospital in London. This 3D-printed eye is a realistic prosthesis and provides clear definition and real depth to the pupil. realistic prosthesis Unlike traditional methods, the production process of the prosthetic eye, which is obtained by using completely digital scans instead of taking the mold of the eye socket, is also much faster than the traditional. realistic prosthesis
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The team running the project will evaluate digitally printed Fraunhofer Computer Graphics Research Institute prostheses for mobility, appearance, fit, comfort, mucous discharge and more, through a clinical trial on nearly 40 patients. Professor Mandeep Sagoo, consultant ophthalmologist at Moorfields Mandeep Sagoo Eye Hospital, said the research, which will evaluate the effectiveness of 3D-printed eyes versus traditional/handmade eyes, "we hope will provide solid evidence about the value of 3D printing technology, how it makes a difference for patients."

JariLittlenen 3 days ago Flag as inappropriate

Scientists have succeeded in producing a prosthetic eye with a three-dimensional (3D) printer. A 3D-printed eye prosthesis was fitted to a patient at an eye hospital in London for the first time in the world. People. They need a prosthetic eye if their eyes have not developed normally since birth, if they have had an accident that caused damage to the eye, or if the eye needs to be removed for reasons such as eye cancer. prosthetic eye
Scientists and software developers came together to produce a prosthetic eye with a 3D printer using the data they obtained from the scanning data of the eye socket. The transplant of the world's first fully digitally printed prosthetic eye took place in an eye hospital in London. This 3D-printed eye is a realistic prosthesis and provides clear definition and real depth to the pupil. Unlike prosthetic eye traditional methods, the production process of the prosthetic eye, which is obtained by using completely digital scans instead of taking the mold of the eye socket, is also much faster than the traditional.
While it takes about 6 weeks to complete a hand-made prosthetic eye, the prosthesis is printed for about 2.5 hours after scanning with 3D printing, and it is completed 3D printing in about 2-3 weeks with the examinations of the experts. Company officials stated that with a single printer, they could potentially meet the annual need for 10,000 prosthetics for the UK.
In the project, a 2.4-second scan was performed with a scanner that provides a precise measurement of the eye 3D printing socket and combined with a color-calibrated image of the healthy eye. The data obtained from the person's healthy eye were transferred to the "Cuttlefish:Eye" system of the Fraunhofer Computer Graphics Research Institute, which creates a 3D printing model. 3D printing The prepared model was printed by a company called Fit AG, which produces medical technologies. The printed prosthesis was examined by experts and necessary final adjustments were made.
At Moordields Cuttlefish:Eye Eye Hospital, London, the traditionally produced prosthetic eye of a person named Steve Verze was replaced with a 3D-printed version. Steve Verze said, “I have needed a prosthetic eye for many years. Before, I would often look in the mirror and dislike the image. Cuttlefish:Eye “This new eye looks great, it will get better and better as it is based on 3D digital printing technology.”
The team running the project will evaluate digitally printed prostheses for mobility, appearance, fit, comfort, mucous discharge and more, through a clinical trial on nearly 40 patients

JariLittlenen 3 days ago Flag as inappropriate

I love salmon, and this looks to be a great dish.

Shaunelius L. Sterns Mar 11, 2015 at 6:27 pm Flag as inappropriate

I simply love salmon and so does my husband so this recipe looks like a great one. And I've been wanting to make a dish with spinach too. Gordon thanks for the recipe. I hope it's as good as it looks on the webcast. Many blessings! Shalom..Zulma Perez

Zuli Oct 13, 2011 at 11:35 am Flag as inappropriate

The file opened first time for me. I have a brand new Apple. Don't know if that has anything to do with it.

Millie Jul 17, 2011 at 6:11 pm Flag as inappropriate

Looks like you need to have Adpoe reader 0.9 or 10 on your computer to open the file..

Sara Diana M. Johansen Jul 16, 2011 at 6:52 pm Flag as inappropriate

If you don't like the taste of salmon, remove the dark flesh of the fish. That will take away the "fishy" flavor.

Susie

Susie LeGard Jul 15, 2011 at 7:34 pm Flag as inappropriate

can't wait to try this recipe it looks so good !

judy 48 Jul 15, 2011 at 3:55 pm Flag as inappropriate

Me too! Can't wait to try it. I will substitute the heavy cream for a lite cream, however. Thank you!!

Liz Spowart Jul 15, 2011 at 12:31 pm Flag as inappropriate

I can hardly wait to try this. We're not a 'fan' of salmon & this should help mask the flavor. Thanks for the recipe.

stoogefan Jul 15, 2011 at 10:44 am Flag as inappropriate

I can't wait to make this recipe, puff pastries are the best!

Dijana83 May 27, 2011 at 5:18 pm Flag as inappropriate

I got recipe ok, can't wait to try!

horsecrazyjen Jan 1, 2011 at 9:02 pm Flag as inappropriate

I was able to print mine from the public library. My mom hates fish of any kind, but says the recipe looks so good that she is willing to try it, so pray for me! I'm new here, but if anyone needs a copy of this recipe, write me at rrichards2k3@yahoo.com. God bless!

rrichards2k3 Dec 31, 2010 at 2:00 pm Flag as inappropriate

Able to download just fine . I will cook this for family and friends for new year party. thanks Gordon for sharing this recipe. :):):):)

ohdavid Dec 30, 2010 at 11:01 pm Flag as inappropriate

jgunter can not down load either

jgunter Dec 30, 2010 at 10:39 am Flag as inappropriate

I could not download a readable or printable version on Firefox or Explorer. Very frustrating.

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I could not download the recipes. Can you mail them to me?
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Not able to read the recipes, it open with dots on the screen. ver disappointed.
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I have had no trouble downloading the recipes anytime.

Roberta Dec 27, 2010 at 11:09 pm Flag as inappropriate

Ditto the above, no luck. I even tried to save it to my desktop with no luck.

lanadona Dec 27, 2010 at 10:46 pm Flag as inappropriate

I can not download either

Nancy Dec 27, 2010 at 8:40 pm Flag as inappropriate

Please put this in a form that we can download, I really want these recipes!

Chathamlady Dec 27, 2010 at 8:18 pm Flag as inappropriate

To all who can't download it...try saving it to desktop instead of opening it. Then right click it on desktop, and open with adobe reader.

Joyce Dec 27, 2010 at 5:35 pm Flag as inappropriate

Same as a lot of others, I want to open the recipe but cannot. Tried in several different formats, still no luck in opening the file.

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I can't open it either, it has dots where the words are suppose to be.

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