Saturday

A Taste of Harmony

A Taste of Harmony celebrates diversity in Australian workplaces by encouraging work mates to share food and stories from their cultural backgrounds.

An initiative of the Scanlon Foundation, A Taste of Harmony will take place during the week of 18-24 March 2013 and coincides with National Harmony Day on the 21st of March.


They have a great resource where you can find recipes from around the world 

5 comments:

  1. I think it is interesting to see the different types of food in the world.. when I was young.. I rarely saw anything different... as I grow older, I see more diversity:)

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    1. So true, when we were young in australia we only had 1 Chinese restaurant nearby! Now their is many cuisines including Nepalese and Moroccan.

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  2. That's a very nice initiative! I hope they'll have the opportunity to share some delicious brazilian dishes!

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    1. I have never had Brazilian food - do you have a national favorite?

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  3. Well, there are many typical dishes in Brazil because food is a very important part of our culture. One that comes to mind, everytime I'm asked about this subject, is "moqueca". It's a kind of fish, crab or shrimp stew boiled in coconut milk with a tradicional brazilian oil and lots of spices. If you ever go to a brazilian restaurant, you should try it!

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thanks for your input - i love comments