About us

About Us

Pramila Chaturvedi was born in India and migrated to Australia in 1988. She is now settled in Wollongong and working in the pathology area of the Local hospital. She has a Master’s degree in Biochemistry and has been teaching Indian vegetarian cooking run under the auspices of the Wollongong WEA School of Culinary Arts for the last 22 years supplemented with cooking workshops , informative cooking demonstrations and private lessons. An outstanding feature of Pramila’s teaching is the way in which all the basic techniques, and all the minute technical details of how and when to incorporate spices to the best effect is systematically and thoroughly explained to the beginner student. Pramila’s original recipes, provided to her students are very clearly set out and explained. Pramila’s Indian cookbook, the result of her many years of teaching, is thus very much out of the ordinary and her recipes, and explanations thereof, are being made available more widely. “My purpose is to teach practical, entertaining and informative cooking classes to suit all ability levels that are fun, interactive and interesting. Healthy cooking and eating does not mean boring or plain, it is the complete opposite and opening of one’s mind to healthy and peaceful living.” Pramila teaches with passion and patience and brings not only a wealth of knowledge and love of vegetarian food to her classes but she also has a kind and caring spirit which extends to each and every one of her students. Pramila’s depth of knowledge and passion for her subject is infectious and she manages to combine her wisdom and knowledge of food herbs and spices with a sense of humour to create a fun filled feast for an authentic “Taste of India”. You can visit the website www.pramilascreations.com for her creations and collections which in her words “ is a way of sharing my enthusiasm and passion for Indian vegetarian cooking , Indian traditional attires and Jewellery”.

Few words about the author

Pramila Chaturvedi is a cheerful, energetic figure, who moved to Australia from India two decades back. She is a hardworking woman, full of positivity. Her interest in cooking and cheer is infectious. She is a vegetarian and has learnt the art of cooking from her mother and sisters in India. Hence her tips in cooking are based on old age wisdom and come through many generations. She runs personal cooking classes and gives workshops in Indian vegetarian cooking. She even has a range of Indian spices and herbs, ready to eat Indian meals, organic tulsi tea and homemade remedies along with cooking.
Mrs. Pallavi K M