Kristina Ramcharran

Kristina Ramcharran
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Kristina is a Toronto-based journalist who enjoys all things food and beverage. Being heavily involved in the hospitality industry, she enjoys bartending inside and outside of work and learning about the latest food trends. In her spare time she dabbles in photography, dance and blog writing. DINE Magazine is her home away from home.

The Paloma Cocktail Recipe

Paloma: the Spanish word for a majestic dove. For many years people have come to know margaritas as the official cocktail of Mexico, incorporating it as a staple into any vacation, party or fiesta. But in Mexico, the Paloma is, in fact, one of the most popular cocktails, it...

Your Fashion Guide To Coachella 2019: What’s In and What’s Out

Festival season is upon us! Here come the days of camping in the desert and running from stage to stage trying to cram all of our favourite artists into one hot and sweaty weekend. Most importantly, we try to do all of that while looking our best, sporting the...

Top 5 Toronto Vietnamese Spots “Pho” The Soul

Everyone loves a good old noodle soup. Whether it's the quick and handy Mr. Noodles or Sapporo Ichiban Ramen in your cupboard, or a classic can of Campbell's, soup is food for the soul. The Vietnamese equivalent, Pho (pronounced Fuh) is soup not only for your soul, but also for...

5 Easy Home Workouts For A Perfect Peachy Bottom

With all the spring cleaning and that busy schedule of yours, fitting in some time to go to the gym can be quite the struggle. But not anymore! With a couple of dumbbells and a kettlebell, you too can achieve a perfectly toned and plump bottom that'll even have...

A No Bake Cheesecake That Will Blow Your Mind

If Cheesecake were a day of the week, it would be a Friday. A smooth and sweet ending to the week with a sensual finish, cheesecake is basically a party in your mouth. And while bakeries and restaurants serve up their own variations of the popular dessert (some even...

A Chicken Curry Recipe That Will Transport You to The Caribbean

Growing up in a Guyanese household, home-made food is an essential. West Indian parents take pride in their cooking, taking inspiration from other cuisines to create a world of fusion. As a Guyanese Canadian, I have enjoyed eating this chicken curry recipe growing up, and I was happy to...

5 Easy Gin Cocktails For a Refreshing Spring Season

Spring is in the air! Say goodbye to all of those Irish Coffees, B52s and Buck Toddys, and switch them out for something more refreshing. What could possibly be more refreshing than a cool cocktail with gin? If you're anything like me, then you've probably tried gin straight and absolutely...