Recipes for Harmony brings the world of food to everyone from school children, local councils, community groups to individuals organising team morning teas or lunches. The recipes introduce people, cultures and foods in a fun and informative way.
The online resource features recipes, cultural profiles and personal stories from every-day and high profile Australians such as AFL player Bachar Houli and Masterchef contestant Alice Zaslavsky.
If you're a teacher, we’ve taken the guess work out of lesson planning with a helpful
teacher’s resource provides example lesson plans, work sheets, ice breaker and other classroom activities.
Scanlon Foundation funds this educational resource to celebrate Harmony Week and a
Taste of Harmony Week.
Register your event for Harmony Day and a
Taste of Harmony for free products and online resources, to help your class celebrate Australia’s cultural diversity.
Recipes for Harmony
Recipes for Harmony is available in different formats to help you access it in the classroom or at home, on a tablet or on a computer.
Recipes for Harmony eBook
(45.4 MB) The PDF format links to YouTube for videos. Some versions of Adobe PDF Reader may not play the audio files. Please download these separately if you have trouble accessing these.
Recipes for Harmony eBook (epub 143 MB) This interactive eBook includes all videos and audio recordings embedded. This is suitable for Macs, iPads and iPhone devices via iBooks or for PCs via Azardi.
Recipes for Harmony eBook (epub 28 MB) This file links to YouTube for all videos while audio is embedded. This is suitable for Macs, iPads and iPhone devices via iBooks or for PCs via Azardi.
Recipes for Harmony eBook accessible version
(3.4 MB) This is a plain text version of the eBook and suitable for those needing an accessible version.
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