New York never sleeps and this weekend, Tina and I also stayed up late. Friday evening we were invited to dinner at Tina Diep’s place in Brooklyn, and we were in for a real treat. As a starter, she had made a delicious sweet potato soup, and as main course, we had this tender, succulent duck breast with mixed salad.
It was so tasty and full of flavor, and I can’t wait until she put the recipes on her food blog, which she has just started. She doesn’t want me to link her blog until she’s done with her design and has added some more content, but as soon as she allows me, I’ll share the link with you.
After dinner, Tina took us to a private party in Brooklyn. The party was inside an industrial building, which only recently has become residential. The people there were all musicians, actors and artists, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many creative souls at one place. And creative souls know how to party, so at 4am in the morning, we found ourselves talking Spanish while doing Licor 43 shots in the kitchen. I don’t remember the last time I had so much fun at a party. Private parties are the best!