Amandalina Letterio

Amandalina Letterio
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Amandalina Letterio is a writer who has been sharing her learning experiences with readers for over 5 years. She is passionate about traveling, connecting with new people, health and wellness, and self-discovery; so it was only a matter of time before Dine Magazine found her.

The Toronto Bridal Brunch is Every Woman’s Dream Bridal Shower

The best way I can describe the Toronto Bridal Brunch is by telling you that it’s every woman’s dream bridal shower.  From the decor, to the upscale atmosphere and delicious food, the TBB team thinks of every little detail to make it an impressive event. To fully test out the...

Summer Day Trip: Terre Bleu Lavender Farm

"Walk through the door, your worries behind you, your joys are ahead." - Madeline E. Baird, Age 10. If you live in the GTA, you have probably come across photos on Instagram of a scenic lavender field with a yellow door right smack in the centre of it. When I saw...

DIY Easter Eggs!

My little cousin Angelina asked me to decorate Easter eggs with her on a whim. Luckily, we had an abundance of eggs in the house, but I had to scrounge up the most important part; the decorative materials. Here's what I came up with for our eggs: Food colouring ...

Hamilton Motel Magic

Torontonians don't give Hamilton enough credit. It's a city that has so much character and is only a one hour drive (give or take) from Toronto. Although many of the buildings are vacant, they are visually appealing because of their age and architecture. Some of them were constructed over...

Lush Low Carb Lasagna Recipe

Do you love lasagna but hate eating the heavy carbs? Carbohydrates like pasta haven’t agreed with my stomach for years.  As a result, I have had to develop ways to enjoy traditional foods, but with substitutes to avoid the stomach ache. This goes for Italian foods especially. Growing up...

The Ultimate Toronto Bachelorette Party Guide

As a bridesmaid, planning a bachelorette party for your bestie-bride can be a stressful and daunting task. Toronto has rapidly become a destination for Bachelorette parties, whether it’s for locals or people visiting from all over the world. Here is the ultimate guide to planning a bachelorette party weekend...

Brussels Sprout Chips

Brussels sprouts are one of those foods that people either love or hate. I happen to love them, and one of my favourite healthier snacks to make is my mother’s gluten-free Brussels Sprout Chips recipe.  Whenever I am craving something crunchy, crispy, and cheesy, I make these chips and...

Monet and Van Gogh Among other Impressionists Hanging at the AGO Right Now

The age of impressionism is known as the era that paved the way for modern art.  It all unraveled in the 1870s when Paris swiftly evolved into a big city. Within the blink of an eye streets widened, traffic drastically increased, steam-powered trains became faster and more frequent, and...

Beer + Yoga = The Formula for a Fun-Filled Saturday

When I initially heard about Sud Salutations, a yoga and beer event in Toronto, I thought to myself, “Hmm, that’s a different combination.” Drinking a pint of beer after a peaceful, mindful, exercise practice had never crossed my mind. Then I met Becki, the yogi and coordinator of Sud...

The 3 NYC Trips You Need to Take

You can't visit New York City just once. I knew this before I even booked my trip. "This will be my tourist-y trip," I thought to myself as I created my Google map of New York City. I was planning it with a friend of mine, who was also...