• The limited-edition cookbook is now sold out. (Nikki To)
Your chance to win one of three copies of the limited-edition, sold-out cookbook from Vietnamese-Australian home baker extraordinaire, Katherine Sabbath. This competition is now closed. See below for winners.
14 Mar 2018 - 2:11 PM  UPDATED 16 Apr 2018 - 3:46 PM

A big thank you to all who entered our competition. We loved seeing your creations and reading your stories. Congratulations to these winners!

 

You've got a copy of Katherine Sabbath's cookbook in the mail for you.

 

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Round up your colleagues and get involved in @tasteofharmony, the food event bringing people and workplaces together, for your chance to win one of three "Katherine Sabbath - Greatest Hits - The Pop Edition" limited-edition cookbooks.

A Taste of Harmony is a free national event celebrating cultural diversity in workplaces. The concept is simple: workmates bring a dish of food that tells a story about their cultural history to share with their colleagues.

Do you know Katherine's story? She's all kinds of awesome, thanks to her mum who fled post-war Communist Vietnam to Australia in hopes for a better future for her and her family:

 

Register an event (lunch, morning or afternoon tea) at here between 19-29 March - once registered, event organisers will have access to their own personal event 'hub.' From here you can invite staff, manage RSVPs and plan the mix of dishes. You can also download pre-populated posters and graphics to promote your event.

A Taste of Harmony is not a fundraiser; it's about meaningful conversations about workplace diversity and inclusion.

Read the inspiring stories  from ATOH's ambassadors, like Carly Day. She brings her British and Jamaican heritage to her Brisbane restaurant The Ja Joint

The one really easy thing you can do for a more diverse workplace
Round up your colleagues and get involved in @tasteofharmony, the food event bringing people and workplaces together. #atoh18

An important aspect of ATOH is inclusion, something that strikes a particular chord with another chef ambassador, Jordan Bruno in Perth. As a My Kitchen Rules contestant and Mr Gay Pride Australia 2018, part of Bruno’s remit is bolstering inclusion within the wider community. 

For Morgan McGlone of Melbourne’s Belles Hot Chicken and forthcoming steakhouse-style restaurant Natural History, ATOH is a chance to train the spotlight on the people who keep his restaurants going: his staff. 

To give a shout-out to all those getting involve in A Taste of Harmony, we want you to snap a pic of your multicultural or diverse dish that you're creating for the event and share it with us on Instagram.

We will be selecting 3 winners who will get to lay their hands on a copy of "Katherine Sabbath - Greatest Hits - The Pop Edition" limited-edition cookbook, which comes with a set of recipe cards. It's valued at $119 and now sold-out. Sold out, people!

 

To enter:

Simply upload a photo on Instagram of a multicultural or diverse dish you've made that represents the philosophy of A Taste of Harmony.

To be eligible to win, make sure you:

  • Add the hashtags #atoh18 and #atohSBS in your post; and
  • Tag @sbsfood and @tasteofharmony_au.
  • Please note, for us to be able to view your entry, your Instagram account must be set to public.
  • The competition is open to Australian residents only. 

Please read the full terms and conditions right here.

Competition starts: 12:00 pm AEDT on Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Competition ends: 11.59 pm AEDT on Sunday 1 April 2018

Competition winners selected: 12 pm AEDT on Monday 9 April 2018.

 

Get insp on what to cook
The one really easy thing you can do for a more diverse workplace
Round up your colleagues and get involved in @tasteofharmony, the food event bringing people and workplaces together. #atoh18