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Cooking with Chef James Henry at Tasting Australia

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May 7, 2014

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Cooking with Chef James Henry at Tasting Australia

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We are thrilled to announce that OzHarvest is a Supporting Partner of Tasting Australia, Australia’s premium eating and drinking festival held between 27th April – 4th May.

BOOK NOW for a French inspired cooking experience with Chef James Henry Wednesday 30th April

We are so excited to have the exclusive opportunity to partner with one of Tasting Australia’s special guests Chef James Henry. 30 year old, James Henry is an Australian-born, Paris based chef. His Parisian restaurant Bones has received critical acclaim for bringing French cooking back to its bare bones. With an ethos of zero waste and sustainable cooking, he is the perfect partner for OzHarvest. Book now for this unique opportunity to cook alongside James in a hands on French inspired cooking experience with a social impact. You’ll also get a generous tasting of the meal you’ve created and leave the Town Square knowing you’ve been involved in an event with social impact.

When: Wednesday 30th April 5.30pm
Where: Tasting Australia Town Square , Victoria Square
Price: $85 per head

Help us grow the Garden of Goodness 27th April – 4th May
We’ll be hanging out in the Town Square (Victoria Square) during the 8 days of the festival at our very own Garden of Goodness created by our friends at The Productive Garden Co. We’ll be educating about the impact of food waste and raising awareness about how OzHarvest is helping to combat this food sustainability issue. For every dollar donated to OzHarvest you can plant your contribution in the Garden of Goodness to signify your impact.

Plus you’ll see our bright yellow volunteers helping the Tasting Australia team at the ‘Eat’ and ‘Share’ Sessions in the Town Square throughout the festival! Check out the Tasting Australia Program and immerse yourself in this sensational event! Thank you to Tasting Australia Creative Directors Maggie Beer, Simon Bryant & Paul Henry, and the South Australian Tourism Commission for their ongoing support of OzHarvest.