When Game of Thrones started this year, I decided to create my versions of the recipes found in the Game of Thrones cookbook entitled, A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones cook Book. The recipes were created by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel and Sariann Lehrer, which is linked to their website Inn At the Crossroads.
Being such a huge fan of the show, you can see my excitement as I got a hold of this book for my birthday as I am also very fond of cooking every day and entertaining guests. One of my favorite recipes from the book is Honeyed Chicken (below), I created a video, and will post this as soon as I publish it on our Youtube Channel.
Believe it or not, I created that beauty! LOL.
After creating this delicious recipe, I went on and created Mutton on Ale with Pearl Onions. You can find the video here.
The last recipe I had made so far is the (Mock) Pigeon Pie, in which again, I decided to create it with ingredients that I can easily obtain. I aired a live video of this on our Twitch Channel. Check out the pictures below:
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Hope you liked it! Also, check out our article on our Game of Thrones Feast by Elizabeth Restaurant here.
Lastly, if you love Game of Thrones and want to check out our weekly Trivia and viewing parties at MiniBar Chicago, Check out our Geek Calendar for more scheduled dates and times.