Wickertfamily Store – Strike to build a fighting working class shirt

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I’m so glad you noticed. It was intentional. I find a lot of humor in naivete and the point of view of a child, especially with the chaotic and abusive environments that I grew up in. To mine those environments for humor was important to me to keep the reader engaged and entertained. Frankly, I feel like it’s too easy to pontificate and get too poetic and flowery if I were writing from my point of view now. It could get way too grandiose and self-indulgent, so I wanted to keep it present and truthful to my emotional experience at whatever age I was at. Had you been writing all along, even though your mom discouraged you? Did you draw on journals or diaries or anything to get back into those childhood perspectives?

Strike to build a fighting working class shirt

In Columbia County, where just 2 percent of the population is Asian, Morningbird’s arrival is both exciting and impactful. That fact isn’t lost on Wong, who had been living in New York City for the last ten years before relocating upstate this past summer. “I’ve come up to Columbia County to hike or to visit Hudson, but I’ve never lived in a place that’s so homogenous. That’s been the biggest personal adjustment: not seeing myself reflected in my surroundings,” she said. In Kinderhook especially, a calmer, more quaint counterpart to nearby Hudson, with less than 15,000 residents, the lack of ethnic and cultural diversity is all the more pronounced. But in the last few years, the small village has become a low-key destination in its own right. There’s The School, gallerist Jack Shainman’s colossal upstate outpost inhabiting a former middle school just around the corner from Morningbird which, along with the cafe’s forthcoming sibling dining concepts, is just one of several businesses to open in the 16,000-square-foot knitting mill. There’s also another art gallery, and OK Pantry, a fun and excellently curated shop for local goods and Scandi-inspired products—both businesses of which are woman-owned. A small retail space within Morningbird, meanwhile, displays ceramics, books, and indie magazines, largely celebrating products by female makers and artisans, including a limited-edition collaboration with the California-based ceramicist Stephanie Chiacos.

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Wong, who previously helmed the kitchen at the Michelin-awarded Vietnamese restaurant Van Da in Manhattan’s East Village, is overseeing a sizable, multi-venue dining hub occupying a former 19th-century knitting mill in the village’s central square, where Morningbird—the first of three dining concepts to open—currently operates as an all-day cafe. There, the weekly rotating menu features a trim lineup of casual Southeast Asian-inspired dishes such as juicy and umami-rich sambal chicken (see recipe below), and vegan lemongrass tofu with rice noodles, its flavors both earthy and herbaceous from mushrooms and fresh greens. Wong, 35, grew up in New Jersey eating foods that nodded to her family’s southern Chinese and Hong Kong roots (a lot of Cantonese and dim sum, she recalls), before a post-college year traveling throughout southeast Asia exposed her to the flavors of Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia. Morningbird’s menu reflects all of those various regions. “These are all the dishes and flavors that I love, and I don’t think we’re so strict about making sure it fits into a very certain box,” she explained over the phone. Nearby farms and their local ingredients may offer up inspiration for each week’s menu, but beyond that, Wong’s sees Morningbird as an opportunity for adventure, a chance to display her culinary versatility.

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