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September 25, 2012

Primal Panang

By Mark Sisson
16 Comments

Mark’s Daily Apple readers Chris and Cherie submitted this Primal Blueprint recipe video as their entry to this year’s Primal Blueprint Recipe Video contest. This is one in a series of recipe videos, workout videos, Grokfeasts and other contest submissions that will be published all week long. View them all and vote for your favorites later this week. Grok on!

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Arek
4 years 3 days ago

That was so awesome, entertaining & fresh! It was cool, just like Chris’ twin brother!

Metric
4 years 3 days ago

Beef panang is on the menu for this week… so perfect timing, no I don’t need to search for a recipe. You guys are absolutely adorable (and Canadian??). Great video!!

Matt
Matt
4 years 3 days ago

Great video. Creative and entertaining. Looks like a good dish and I’m always looking for more things to do with fish.

Seosamh
Seosamh
4 years 3 days ago

Super video which I will play again to make this wonderful dish. Toy soldiers made me laugh.

docrio
4 years 3 days ago

Oh my heavens! That was awesome. I’m looking forward to seeing you on the food network!

dragonfly
dragonfly
4 years 3 days ago

Awesome video….so entertaining and creative. LOVE IT!!! The twin brother is really hot!!

Cherie
4 years 3 days ago

Thanks! We had such fun making the video. We aren’t Canadian, but I lived in France for a few years, so I acquired the ability to pronounce cooking terms in the snobbiest way that is humanly possible. (Them’s just jokes – France was great) Glad you enjoyed watching!

lanz
lanz
4 years 2 days ago

Enjoyed the creativity and thought the production values were very good. Looks like a great recipe as well. And you guys were having lots of fun, which is always great!

Nicola
Nicola
4 years 2 days ago

I LOVED this video. You guys are the best

gino
gino
4 years 2 days ago

The lighting made it look like you had a bald head with a super long rat tail hanging down around to the front of your neck. Don’t know whether to be relieved or disappointed, but I would consider growing one

Cherie
Cherie
4 years 1 day ago

Gino, that comment was so absurd and random… It cracked me up. I’ll see if I can get Chris on board. Thanks for really, really watching. 😉

Yvette Kane
Yvette Kane
4 years 1 day ago

Wow, great job on the video!

Vanbiesbrouck
Vanbiesbrouck
4 years 1 day ago

You aren’t Canadian, but you wish you were!

Great creativity/editing on the video. Love that dish too. Girlfriend is Filipino & makes it for me, I will have to do a primal version & make it for her. Ha.

Rayann
Rayann
3 years 11 months ago

Nice editing and animation. The recipe wasn’t half bad either. 🙂 You guys made me laugh. Thanks

Laura
Laura
3 years 11 months ago

Awesome video! One of the only ones I could actually sit through to the end! Yummy looking dish…

Brian
Brian
3 years 11 months ago

Made this recipe last night, quick, easy and tasty!! Thanks!

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