Charlotte is a dietitian and a qualified chef of 16 years. She is the founding director of Food&Joy in Melbourne – a unique food and nutrition service assisting people to improve their health by developing cooking and food skills, employing mindful techniques into their eating and lifestyle and learning to engage with the foods they are consuming. Charlotte also works closely with many food businesses in creating and implementing new menus, recipe development and assisting with the process of producing food.

More recently she has opened Kitchen&Pantry in Carlton, serving gourmet takeaway meals, locally produced retail goods and free-range deli items. The seasonal meals produced cater for a wide range of dietary conditions however Charlotte strongly advocates the non-diet approach and the store has become a centre where reliable dietary, cooking and food information can be obtained without associating with fad diets or judgement around food choices.     

Charlotte has spent the past 8 years managing kitchens and cooking onboard private yachts and in homes around Europe, Africa and America and is the founding owner of Little Collins café and wine bar in Amsterdam. She has an intensive ashtanga yoga practice, spending the past two years practising with Eoin McCarthy in Fitzroy. This practise strongly influences the way she approaches her work and communicates her health messages with clients and colleagues.

Charlotte teaches regularly as part of the South Melbourne Market cooking school program and The Urban Kitchen as well as small and large groups of dietitians and is available for private lessons with personalised menus for any dietary conditions.



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The Urban Kitchen – Low- FODMAP cooking class. October 22nd 2015.

Charlotte is teaching at the newly established Urban Kitchen in South Melbourne on the 22nd of October. The class focuses on low-fodmap cooking and is also dairy free and gluten free. This class is aimed at anyone currently undertaking a low fodmap diet or looking to start. It is also for any health professionals working with clients in this area.

The urban kitchen contains individual cooking stations meaning all participants will cook their own meals. The class is interactive with plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion. It will focus on the positive aspects of the diet and look at easy ways to produce stress free delicious meals. For more details follow this link –