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November 16, 2008


Hi, Daniel - looking forward to your posts! About ten years ago, I went to a wonderful Indian restaurant in Albany. It was one of those tiny little family-owned joints, and it had some of the best Indian food I've ever had. Plus, about ten of us ate until we were stuffed for about $30. It's one of the reasons why I have a warm spot in my heart (and tummy) for Albany.

Thanks for writing Laura -- ! Albany restaurants have a bad rep--sometimes deservedly so, sometimes not--but if there's one kind of "ethnic" cuisine Albany-area restaurants do really well, it's Indian. Never really had a bad curry around here. And it's all cheap, like you say.

I totally agree about Alice Fulton. She's a favorite of many young poets I know, including me. I wish she'd edit one of the Best American Poetry anthologies.

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