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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Anthony Myint Goes 'I-Thai-lian' at Pal's Tomorrow

Posted By on Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 3:16 PM

Anthony Myint.
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It's getting as predictable as garbage pickup ― the Wednesday guest-chef sandwich at Pal's. Tomorrow's creator: Anthony Myint of Commonwealth and Mission Chinese Food. Myint is masterminding something he calls the "I-Thai-lian meatball": Thai-style meatballs with something Pal's owner Jeff Mason calls a "mozzarella emulsion," (we had to ask him to repeat it) on squares of Acme green-onion focaccia. We think we need to experience it. At least once.

Pal's Takeaway: Inside Tony's Market, 2751 24th St. (at Hampshire), 203-4911.

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