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chow in lower catskills

Robert Sietsema | Aug 31, 1997 11:15 AM

Two great places: Ted's in Jeffersonville, a plain diner with the usual pies revolving in the showcase, with a totally unexpected Turkish menu attached. The appetizer platter for two ($9.95) is tops, including dolma, killer homemade humus, some kind of eggplant puree with little bits of tomato, a zingy red-pepper relish, warm, non-pocket pitas, etc. Also don't miss the panfried carrots with yogurt sauce, intensely garlicky.

Danny's in Wurtsboro, right off of 17, in the past has had great sandwiches and fries, though they were a little off when at there a few days ago. This is one of the homes of the RPG--a sandwich with roast pork on a garlic-smeared hero dressed with Chinese duck sauce. A sandwich with an urban pedigree. Also encountered one recently at a diner in Hensonville (with a name like Kozy Korner) in the Upper Catskills, though not nearly as good as Danny's.

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