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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.
In the last decade or so, New York’s Hudson Valley has witnessed an influx of impressive and noteworthy restaurant openings from former New York City chefs and restaurateurs migrating upstate, a trend that only intensified during the pandemic as a surge of urbanites decamped for greater open spaces and a closer proximity to Mother Nature. While there’s been no shortage of buzzy new places to dine, the lack of diversity amongst the crowd, however, is apparent. But at Morningbird, in the quiet, Columbia County village of Kinderhook, Chef Hannah Wong is making food that tells a different story, from fresh mochi donuts with a pronounced bounce, to an Instagram-worthy Vietnamese Caesar salad, colorfully composed of chicories, watermelon radish, and mint.
Everything on Cadence’s menu qualifies as comfort food, yet Freeman treats it with the utmost elegance, plating everything with precision. “I wanted to design a place where people are enjoying their soul food, but get the experience of a fine dining restaurant,” she says. It’s a culinary cause many can get behind. Due to the health and environmental benefits of the diet, interest around veganism in the United States is exploding. The Economist says that, since 2015, Google searches for “veganism” have doubled, and that a quarter of 25- to 34-year-old Americans say they’re either vegan or vegetarian. There’s particular resonance among Black Americans and other people of color: A Pew Research center report found that eight percent of Black Americans identify as strict vegans or vegetarians, as compared to three percent of the general population. Meanwhile, a January 2020 Gallup poll found that nearly a third of non-white Americans had reduced their meat consumption in the past year, compared to about one-fifth of white Americans. Cadence, and Freeman, aren’t just capitalizing on this trend. They’re leading it: “I think that I’m definitely opening up the eyes to what vegan food can be and what soul foods can be—and bridging that gap together.”
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