There are lots of opportunities to create food sharing events at work and Harmony Week is one of the best. It’s well supported by the Taste of Harmony website where you can download ideas, flags and labels as wells quizzes and other resources to enrich your event.
A pot luck lunch where everyone brings a food to share from a particular national cuisine (possibly reflecting your heritage), is easy to organise and lots of fun. Those who are short of time can whip up quickly to the local food court or take-away.
Mekong Riverweed crisps (Laos) Turkish bread and dips (Turkey)
Cornbread (USA) Sushi (Japan)
Dutch custard cake (Netherlands) Upside down pineapple cakes (Australia)
Spicy meatballs and dip (Italy) Knodel dumplings (Germany)
Fresh spring rolls (Vietnam) Bacon buns (Lithuania)
Vegemite and cheese scrolls (Australia) Cardamon Kulfi (India)
Oreo truffles (USA)
Also a great opportunity to dress for the occasion if you happen to have an appropriate outfit from your heritage or travels.