Enter the 2022 Recipe Contest
Our yearly culinary competition is back! Enter your spectacular sustainable seafood dish for a chance to win a trip to the Napa Valley, a Big Green Egg MiniMax or All-Clad cookware!
Our commitment to sustainability runs deep! We strive to do more, consume less and reduce our carbon footprint. The Great Sustainable Seafood Tour is an extension of our commitment, keeping us aligned with like-minded partners and purveyors with a common goal of preserving our oceans and land for generations to come.
Discover sustainably sourced seafood dishes paired with St. Supéry wines from chefs across the nation! Sustainable seafood paired with sustainable wine is closer than you think…
Meet seafood purveyors that share our passion for sustainability and environmental stewardship. We have found kindred spirits from Alaska to the gulf coast with stories you must hear!
Stimulate the palate and dazzle your guests with a school of perfectly paired sustainable seafood recipes from the St. Supéry Estate Kitchen!
Check out the incredible creations from previous years' recipe contest finalists. Get some inspiration or follow along to dine on something divine!
This chef and aquaculture champion wants to change the way we think about farmed seafood
“We farm everything else at scale in our food system,” she told St. Supéry CEO Emma Swain during an episode of the winery’s "St. Supéry Sips" podcast series. “We farm our lettuce greens, we farm our grapes for wine. But for some reason, people will go into a restaurant, look at the fish and seafood, and ask, ‘Is it wild or farmed?’”
Just as there are responsible ways to raise chicken, she noted, there are sustainable methods for farming fish and seafood. “We're already eating more farmed fish in the United States than we eat wild,” she said, “but there's a responsible, ethical way to source that. And it really deserves a seat at the Future of Food table.”
Join St. Supéry CEO Emma Swain for an inspiring chat with filmmaker and environmental activist Alexandra Cousteau with Oceans 2050. Learn about her award-winning work in restoring the oceans to their former abundance, learning to swim before she could walk from her grandfather Jaques Cousteau, and the small changes we all can make to save the oceans for future generations. Learn more at: www.stsupery.com/givingtuesday and oceans2050.com
Oysters are one of the world’s most sustainable foods, filtering and cleaning the water in which they’re grown. For those who may not yearn to slurp a raw oyster, Chef Tod offers this fried preparation that will be sure to be a crowd pleaser.
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