Using products like Sea Cuisine’s Potato Crusted Cod and Tortilla Crusted Tilapia, Stefan developed a Potato Crusted Cod over Ragout and a California-style fish taco that can be easily recreated at home any night of the week. To find these recipes and more, visit www.seacuisine.com.
Find out what inspires Stefan to cook by checking out these videos,
Finding Inspiration with Sea Cuisine Featuring Chef Stefan Richer
Bring the Love of Seafood Home with Sea Cuisine Featuring Chef Stefan Richter
To discover a world of seafood, visit
for a complete list of Sea Cuisine offerings.
Home cooks can visit
– a destination for all things seafood – to search nearly 1,000 recipes by type of fish or cuisines like Asian, Caribbean, and Creole. The website also includes tips and techniques for cooking, along with articles and photos from popular seafood spots like the Mediterranean and Mexico, which are available to consumers looking for inspiration in the kitchen.
Sea Cuisine is available at local grocers and many favorite warehouse or club stores. Visit
to find out where to buy Sea Cuisine products, download a coupon for $1.00 off any Sea Cuisine product and enter to win a dinner for two with Stefan at his restaurant LA Farm in Santa Monica. For additional seafood inspiration, follow Sea Cuisine on
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About High Liner Foods Incorporated
High Liner Foods is the leading North American processor and marketer of value-added frozen seafood. High Liner Foods' retail branded products are sold throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico under the
High Liner, Fisher Boy, Mirabel, Sea Cuisine
labels, and are available in most grocery and club stores. The Company also sells branded products under the
High Liner, Icelandic Seafood, FPI, Viking, Mirabel
Samband of Iceland
labels to restaurants and institutions, and is the major supplier of private label value-added frozen seafood products to North American food retailers and food service distributors. High Liner Foods is a publicly traded Canadian company, trading under the symbol HLF on the Toronto Stock Exchange.