1st April 2021 |

Missed our ATOH21 digital events? Don’t worry we’ve got them all right here!

A Taste of Harmony is finished for 2021 but don’t let that stop you from celebrating diversity and inclusion at your workplace. This year, some of us celebrated a little bit differently by tuning into one of our many fun and interactive digital sessions happening across the two weeks of A Taste of Harmony.

 

We laughed, we shared stories, we learned about other cultures and created a community, online. From Nazeem’s attempt at making ‘gnocchi fungi’, to chef Chung Jung Lae telling us about the cultural importance of Kimchi, and ‘Fast Ed’ and Dr Sonja Hood sharing the same opinion about pig’s liver, there were a lot of fantastic moments during our digital sessions that you may have missed and want to relive!

 

Lucky for you, we have captured every single moment of all our digital sessions so you and your colleagues can catch up or rewatch them anytime, anywhere!

 

A Taste of Harmony 2021 online events

 

Virtual Cook-a-long with Guy Grossi and Nazeem Hussain

If you’re needing dinner inspiration tonight, head to @tasteofharmony_au on Instagram to view Guy and Nazeem’s fiery cook-a-long straight from their home kitchens. 

 

Recipe for Guy’s Gnocchi Fungi available on here for those who want to cook along.

 

Gen 2 Gen Webinar

Fairfield City Councillor and social entrepreneur Dai Le, plus three of Australia’s favourite foodies came together for a rich and fascinating discussion exploring experiences of food, culture and inclusion across generations. 

 

Lunch and Learn Webinar

Listen in on CEO of Community Hubs Australia, Dr Sonja Hood’s entertaining conversation with Australian TV presenter and chef, ‘Fast’ Ed Halmagyi, where they shared tips on building connections – both at work and in communities – using food as a starting point.

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