How I feel at pretty much every dinner party ever.
What one eats at a Game of Thrones dinner party
To celebrate the release of A Feast of Ice and Fire, the cookbook written by two amazing women over at The Inn at the Crossroads, we attended a Game of Thrones dinner party last night. And it was epic.
Yep. That epic. Actually, it was just really really fun. You can view the few pictures I was able to snag on Google+ when I wasn’t stuffing my face. The biggest thing I’m being asked is about the menu. I have also had a few people ask me if the cookbook is suitable for vegetarians, and it definitely is. They even have a post about it on their blog. And if you are a pescatarian, you’re in even more luck because there’s lots of interesting fish options.
So here is what we ate and drank, by region:
From Across the Narrow Sea:
From the North:
Cold Fruit Soup, Beef and Bacon Pie, and Honeyed Chicken
From King’s Landing:
Sweetcorn Fritters, Summer Greens Salad, Cheese and Onion Pie, Peaches in Honey
From The Wall:
Iced Blueberries in Sweet Cream
From the South:
Arya’s Snitched Tarts, Honey Biscuits
If the recipe is available on their blog, I linked it. But most are understandably exclusive to the cookbook. Enjoy, and it may be June, but never forget: winter is coming.
Who wants free cookies? I DO!
So, friends, I’m baking up some oatmeal-chocolate-walnut cookies today and they will be amazing! In honor of my BIRTHDAY which is this Thursday (November 3rd), I want to give one of you a gift! These cookies!!! I’ll ship them off to the lucky winner tomorrow!
Leave your comment below letting me know the best gift you’ve ever given or received! I’ll let you know the winner first thing tomorrow (Wednesday November 2nd)!
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