Recipes From Game of Thrones Cookbook


If we have to wait for our favorite fantasy show to air again, why not cook a couple good ol’ medieval meals in the meantime? The wonderful blog, Inn at the Crossroads, has a fantastic book, called A Feast of Ice and Fire, offering the best dishes George RR Martin has written about and turned real-world delicious by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel. Here are some awesome recipes from it.

Beef & Barley Stew

Beef Barley Stew Best Recipes From Game of Thrones Cookbook

Maybe they don’t have sheep and cattle,’ Bran thought. He commanded the serving men to bring them mutton chops and a slice off the aurochs and fill their trenchers with beef-and-barley stew. They seemed to like that well. Full Recipe Here. 

Bread & Salt

Bread Salt Best Recipes From Game of Thrones Cookbook

Once a maiden girl could walk the kingsroad in her name-day gown and still go unmolested, and travelers could find fire, bread, and salt at many an inn and holdfast. Full Recipe Here.

Dothraki Blood Pie

Dothraki Blood Pie

Food was brought to her, steaming joints of meat and thick black sausages and Dothraki blood pies, and later fruits and sweetgrass stews and delicate pastries from the kitchens of Pentos. Full Recipe Here

Greens Dressed with Apples and Pine Nuts

Greens Dressed with Apples and Pine Nuts

Cersei set a tasty table, that could not be denied. They started with a creamy chestnut soup, crusty hot bread, and greens dressed with apples and pine nuts. Full Recipe Here

Honeyed Chicken

Honeyed Chicken

Hungry again?’ he asked. There was still half a honeyed chicken in the center of the table. Jon reached out to tear off a leg, then had a better idea. He knifed the bird whole and let the carcass slide to the floor between his legs. Ghost ripped into it in savage silence. Full Recipe Here. 

Strawberries and Sweetgrass

Strawberries and Sweetgrass

Tables and benches had been raised outside the pavilions, piled high with sweetgrass and strawberries and fresh-baked bread. Full Recipe Here

Wildling Cider

Wildling Cider

Before Mance, Varamyr Sixskins had been a lord of sorts. He lived alone in a hall of moss and mud and hewn logs that had once been Haggon’s, attended by his beasts. A dozen villages did him homage in bread and salt and cider, offering him fruit from their orchards and vegetables from their gardens. Full Recipe.

Winterfell Breakfast

Winterfell Breakfast

There was much more than she’d asked for: hot bread, butter and honey and blackberry preserves, a rasher of bacon and a soft-boiled egg, a wedge of cheese, a pot of mint tea. And with came Maester Luwin. Full Recipe. 

Via: Buzzfeed

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