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Ever wonder what it's like to attend a feast at Winterfell? Wish you could split a lemon cake with Sansa Stark, scarf down a pork pie with the Night's Watch, or indulge in honey fingers with Daenerys Targaryen?George R. R. Martin's bestselling saga A Song of Ice and Fire and the runaway hit HBO series Game of Thrones are renowned for bringing Westeros's sights and sounds to vivid life. But one important ingredient has always been missing: the mouthwatering dishes that form the backdrop of this extraordinary world.The Game of Thrones A Feast of Ice and Fire Companion Cookbook Hardcover Book will redefine dinner . . . and lunch, and breakfast!Measures about 9 2/5-inches tall x 7 7/10-inches wide.240 pages. Ages 17 and up.
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98 Reddit comments about A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook:

u/Kropoko · 174 pointsr/asoiaf

>He will publish an official ASOIAF cookbook before TWOW if he wants to.

He already has:

u/neutrinbro · 99 pointsr/Baking

For anyone that’s interested in these kinds of things, I highly recommend the book A Feast of Ice and Fire, which is an officially licensed cookbook featuring meals right out of the books.

u/rach11 · 57 pointsr/food

I received the Feast of Ice and Fire Game of Thrones cookbook as a gift last year. We decided to make meals from the recipes based on different regions from the show for watching different episodes this season. This week it seemed only appropriate to cook food from King's Landing and invite a few people over for a feast to celebrate the wedding :)

I normally always include recipes for all the things I post but this time it seems a bit wrong since it would just be copying recipes from their cookbook. I shared the ingredients for some of the items in the figure captions and have typed out the recipe I modified for my favorite dish the salmon fig tarts

I wish I could have taken better pictures, but I just had time to snap a few shots before we started eating. There was nothing that I didn't like. The game hens were a bit boring but still tasted fine. The cheddar onion pie, the salmon fig tarts, and the lemon cakes were my favorite! I'm excited to try out more recipes from the book. I think the authors have more of their recipes posted on their blog

u/databasshead · 25 pointsr/JUSTNOFAMILY

And if she’s up for something different I highly recommend the game of thrones cookbook, A A Feast of Ice and Fire , There is a blog too , so you don’t need to invest. I love the cookbook and trying out the medieval recipes vs the modern versions. It’s fun and gives perspective on how food and cooking/baking has changed.

And if you pm me an amazon wishlist link I would more than happily gift it (that’s how much fun I find this book).

Also, I’m glad you made caring for yourself a priority it’s a great example for the kids. When they see you making self care a priority they will too. ❤️❤️❤️

u/xChris777 · 21 pointsr/Games

You're in luck! They actually HAVE an official GoT cookbook!!

u/alycks · 21 pointsr/asoiaf

We all tease Gurm about the food descriptions, but we all love them. I've been cooking out of A Feast of Ice and Fire for days now. It's AWESOME.

u/escapingmars · 20 pointsr/GirlGamers

I've got the World of Warcraft cookbook and the Game of Thrones cookbook from the same author, and I highly recommend. She's also done a Hearthstone cookbook and a Shire(Hobbit food) cookbook that I've got on my wishlist. Looking forward to adding this one to the collection!

u/hamfast42 · 16 pointsr/asoiaf

theres no joke one thats been out since 2012

u/disuberence · 15 pointsr/neoliberal

Have you read the novels? I swear the author spends about 100 pages in each just describing food. There's even a cookbook.

u/thedudeabides138 · 14 pointsr/asoiaf

As a fat guy who loves food, I've always loved his food-porn. Not just because I love descriptions of food, but because I really am able to immerse myself in the scene. Smell and taste are some of the most memory-triggering senses we have, and it puts you right there with the character.

However, you are absolutely right that he's using this as a way to convey the class divisions and the hardship of war, and it's not something that is often brought up.

Also, if anyone doesn't know about it, I highly recommend the Official Games of Thrones Cookbook. It's got excellent, real medieval recipes based on the food in the book:(

u/Natalia_Bandita · 14 pointsr/food

YES!!! this is the book you have right?

My boyfriend and our friends do the same thing every sunday!

For the season premier we made onions in gravy, Roasted Aurochs with Leeks, and turnips in butter- for dessert we did frozen blueberries with the creme bastard! lol

Last night we cooked the beef and bacon pie. SO delicious. Definitely one of my favorite cookbooks. However there were a few spices that i still have found that I couldnt include in certain recipes.. like Grains of Paradise. I went to 5 different markets...3 of them had never even heard of grains of paradise. =(

edit- wow! I had no idea that I can use cardamom. I read that GoP was a mixture of different kinds of pepper with citrus notes. I was using a mixed pepper mill and a tiny bit of orange zest. But if I can use cardamom- then it makes things a lot easier! THANKS EVERYONE !!!!!!!

u/NumberMuncher · 11 pointsr/Cooking

Maybe not exactly what you're looking for, but I really like A Feast of Ice and Fire. I don't normally buy cookbooks and just find recipes online, but I got this as a gift and I love it. The Song of Ice and Fire series is famous for its descriptions of food and feasts. The cookbook contains quotes of these from the series along with the recipes. Also it has information on Medieval cooking methods and ingredients. There are Medieval and Modern interpretations for the same recipe.

u/toast3 · 11 pointsr/asoiaf

If you ever want to try making a few of the dishes, give this cookbook a shot.

u/Anonymous3891 · 9 pointsr/asoiaf

Not quite the same thing, but I was given this for my birthday:

It's a great book and GRRM even wrote a foreword. One of my favorite bits is how a contest entry of his was called 'food porn' by a judge.

u/therealprotonk · 8 pointsr/television

There's literally an official cookbook--thankfully, it's not just a way to make a quick buck (looking at you, GoT video games. The authors ran a GoT cooking blog that did recipes from the books (lemoncakes and all).

u/univox · 8 pointsr/Cooking

i would search dothraki cookbooks
This one might have a recipie

u/GMU2012 · 8 pointsr/asoiaf

Got all three labels of the Fire and Blood ale from Ommegang, which I will drink out of my Stark mug. Hubby has the Targaryen one. Probably eating nachos. Aww yeah mother fucking nachos.

I had planned to do a giant meal based on Feast of Ice and Fire but I'm moving to a new house in ~4 weeks. So I'm going to wait to cook medieval food in my new (and clean!) kitchen.

u/IndispensableNobody · 7 pointsr/asoiaf

To answer your question about the recipes, a cookbook has been released. I'm sure someone has made some lemony lemon lemoncakes.

u/kirbypuckett · 7 pointsr/pittsburgh
u/NateHate · 7 pointsr/Cooking

A Feast of Ice and Fire

My friends and I will usually make several of these recipes for each Game of Thrones season premier.

u/chazwhiz · 7 pointsr/gameofthrones

In the forward to the cookbook he explains that he writes the food in as much details as he does to make the world come alive. Personally I love it - although reading the books did shoot my cholesterol through the roof since I had to have plates of cheese, sausage, olives, etc whenever I read....

u/micstar81 · 6 pointsr/asoiaf

It's called "The Unofficial Game of Thrones Cook Book" There are a lot of good dishes in there, but watch out for spoilers if you're not caught up.

There is also "A Feast of Ice and Fire" No idea about this one . . . yet.

u/longtimecompanda · 6 pointsr/gameofthrones
u/dannymalt · 5 pointsr/gameofthrones

I just learned yesterday there is an official Game of Thrones Cookbook. For those interested, see link below.

A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook

u/warprattler · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

Frey pies with a side of Jojen paste to be washed down with the blood of The First Men.

You may be interested in A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook

u/Toorelad · 5 pointsr/Fantasy

I seem to remember a cookbook based off descriptions from GRRM's books. Yup, here it is.

u/myothermain · 5 pointsr/gameofthrones

I was able to find it on Amazon:


u/dodspringer · 5 pointsr/gameofthrones

If your wife enjoys cooking, I can recommend a book for her. In my house we always cook something from it for our pre-episode meal.

u/Scariot · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

You should look into this getting this, A Feast of Ice and Fire

u/Extradaemon · 5 pointsr/asoiaf

They Have

...can't tell if Sarcasm...

u/roastduckie · 4 pointsr/DnD

edit: One fantasy series that has always made me hungry is A Song of Ice and Fire. The way Martin describes the food is guaranteed to make anyone's mouth water. Luckily, there's an official cookbook! There's also, which similarly has recipes from the books/series. Quoted from one of their recipes for honeyed chicken:
"Yum. The sauce reduces down to a thick, syrupy consistency, which melts ever so slightly when drizzled over the hot chicken. The raisins soak up the sauce, and become absolutely delicious little morsels. Combine a bite of the chicken, dripping with the juice from the plate, with a plump raisin, and you’re golden."

u/scrote_inspector · 4 pointsr/Cooking

Okay, I got this.

The weirdest one I own is The New Joys of Jell-O Recipe Book, printed in 1975. It includes shit like, "Jellied Gazpacho", "Molded Ham and Egg Salad", and "Salmon Dill Mouse" (with lemon Jell-O, of course).

My favorite is A Feast of Ice and Fire, the official Game of Thrones cookbook (I also have the unofficial one). My favorite recipe is the steak pie with bacon lattice.

The recipes within are nothing special, but Mary Jane's Hash Brownies, Hot Pot, and Other Marijuana Munchies is a good looking and amusing book.

Finally, I love The Picayune's Creole Cook Book. It's an unabridged reproduction of a 1901 cookbook and includes all sorts of interesting info, like how to make a proper cup of Creole coffee and a brief discussion of Louisiana rice. Some of the recipes are hard to reproduce in modern kitchens, but they're worth figuring out; the desserts are to die for.

I also have a few collections of historical European recipes for food and drink, including some that utilize ingredients now known to be poisonous.

u/SantaHQ · 4 pointsr/Cooking

In case you're not aware, and you're willing to spend the money on a whim, there is an official GOT cookbook

u/IamA_DrunkJedi · 4 pointsr/gameofthrones
u/Account9726 · 3 pointsr/Pathfinder_RPG

There is a Game of Thrones/ASOIAF cookbook that is full of stuff like that. More importantly, /u/rach11 did an unbelievable series of feasts based on it that should be chock full of ideas.

You might also be interested in The Supersizers Go/Eat. It was a great series where the hosts basically lived the life and ate the food of specific time periods, including many that would be appropriate for a fantasy game.

u/nice_prax · 3 pointsr/neoliberal
u/lyrrael · 3 pointsr/Fantasy

Good lord, it sounds like you ought to be reading George R.R. Martin for his description of feasts. I seem to remember a cookbook based on it....


Oh gee. There's two.

u/ulfrpsion · 3 pointsr/sca

There was this book list that was posted on the Google+ SCA medieval brewing boards...perhaps it can be of some help.

I also have these books: 1, 2,3, which have been some amazing and helpful resources. The feast of ice and fire book is good because it shows common medieval recipes and then their current-age counterpart.

u/dankpoots · 3 pointsr/santashelpers

If she doesn't have it already, the Game of Thrones cookbook is really cool:

u/kendo85 · 3 pointsr/asoiaf
u/Blame_The_Green · 3 pointsr/videos

Here's the recipe for every fucking chicken in the room, from the people who made the official Game of Thrones cookbook.

u/kjhatch · 3 pointsr/gameofthrones

If it helps, here's the UK edition, and the Hardback comes up with a search under international shipping availability.

u/staahb · 3 pointsr/DnD

My sister gave me A Feast of Ice and Fire for my birthday. If only I played around a real table instead of online, I would definitely cook something from it for the group. Too bad medieval food isn't my thing, so I haven't felt the need to try anything yet. I think I have to do that soon.

u/engebre5 · 3 pointsr/drunk

I got this book for Christmas and made a mulled wine recipe out of it. Delicious, and no one else wanted any so it was all mine!.

u/takemetoglasgow · 3 pointsr/boardgames

If you're looking for more adventurous GoT inspired cooking, you might want to check out the blog Inn at the Crossroads or their cookbook A Feast of Ice and Fire.

u/subjectiv · 3 pointsr/asoiaf
u/OneRedBeard · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

Well, it did, minus the Hot Pie thing:

I own this, and it is delicious! :-)

u/Huevon · 3 pointsr/asoiaf

If you haven't already, you should check out Feast of Ice and Fire, the official cookbook approved by George R.R. Martin. I've made some pretty awesome stuff out of that book.

I love the references to relevant quotes from the books before each recipe.

u/Cersei_smiled · 3 pointsr/SubredditDrama

>Fans will agree that Game of Thrones is essentially a cookbook with an incredible story in between the recipes.

I wasn't taking any shots at his appearance! I mean he is actually really talented at writing about the joys of food and eating. It's a sensual pleasure not unlike sex, but he isn't as adept at writing about sex. Food is a huge part of all his books, so much so that a well-reviewed recipe book based on the books came out recently.

Why would you jump to the conclusion that I was smacking him for his appearance?

u/Fruhmann · 2 pointsr/DnD

If you're running high fantasy, get the game of thrones cook book. George R. R. Martin does the forward. It contains medieval recipes and modern dishes. I bought this for my gf and she made a bacon/fruit pie. It was great.

u/shall_2 · 2 pointsr/asoiaf

Haha ... You know he already for a cookbook right?

A Feast of Ice and Fire

u/JHtN · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

Probably something from this book.

Haha no just kidding. I guess Italian kitchen is my number one, with Tiramisu as the crème de la crème. But sushi comes a close second, ha

Ninja edit: what is yours?

u/tekkou · 2 pointsr/keto

I've got this official (? I think it is) cookbook amazon link. There are quite a few recipes that would be alright for keto.

u/GaryARefuge · 2 pointsr/food

I make a version of beef barley based on the recipe in the Game of Thrones cook book. It's fucking awesome.

u/sparsile · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

If he enjoys Game of Thrones and cooking, how about one of the Game of Thrones cookbooks? This is the one that I see the most frequently. You could maybe pair it with a fun kitchen gadget or a nice bottle of wine. My boyfriend is a huge Star Wars fan too and I've always wanted to get him this remote controlled BB8, but it's pretty far out of my budget, haha. It could be a fun splurge item if you think he'd like it. There's also this Star Wars subscription box that came out recently. I hope this gives you some ideas!

u/condor_gyros · 2 pointsr/singapore
u/theroguehero · 2 pointsr/funny

I highly recommend the recipe book A Feast of Ice and Fire. George RR Martin wrote the forward to it, and each recipe begins with the passage or mention of the dish from the novels. There are some pretty interesting things in there. Here it is on Amazon

u/famous_unicorn · 2 pointsr/gameofthrones

This sounds like great fun! I recently purchased A Feast of Ice and Fire because I wanted to try some different recipes. Take a look at the table of contents for food inspiration.

u/Waitingforadragon · 2 pointsr/gameofthrones

I bought a book called 'A Feast of Ice and Fire'. It's based on a blog that was written by two women who attempted to recreate the recipes they read about in the books. They used some original medieval recipes to get as authentic as they possibly could.

It has a forward by GRR Martin, so he obviously approves.

I really enjoy the book. It has chapters on Winterfell, the Wall, Kings Landing and I think Essos IIRC.

Seems that the blog is still up so you can get an idea of the sort of thing they do.

I'm thinking of doing Cat's breakfast for breakfast and then the bacon lattice pie for tea. Haven't decided on a lunch yet.

u/kevygee · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Dishes from [A Feast of Ice and Fire] ( followed by Game of Thrones.

Lemoncakes are mandatory.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/gameofthrones

Here's a recipe from A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook:

>Falling somewhere between cakes and cookies, these chewy lemon delights are both addictive and easy to make. They have an elegant simplicity and a delicate sweetness that renders them the ideal companions for afternoon tea, whether in London or King’s Landing.

> 2½ cups flour, plus more as needed;
2 cups granulated sugar;
> 6 tablespoons unsalted butter;
Grated zest from 2 lemons;
> 1 egg;
2 egg yolks;
> ⅓ cup confectioners’ sugar;
1½ teaspoons milk.

>Preheat the oven to 350°F and grease a large baking sheet;

>In a large bowl, combine the flour and granulated sugar. Cut in the butter, then add the zest and the whole egg and yolks. Mix thoroughly, adding more flour as needed, until the dough is no longer sticky and can be easily shaped by hand.

>Roll the dough into balls about 1 inch across and place them on the prepared baking sheet at least 2 inches apart, giving them room to spread as they bake.

>Bake for 15 minutes, until the tops are just slightly golden. Allow the cakes to cool for a minute before moving them to a cooling rack.

u/hogthehedge · 2 pointsr/gameofthrones

That must be how they created this book.

u/danta7 · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

It's really good. For most recipes, it has where the food was mentioned in the books, then the recipe in Old English or French or whatever, then a version of that recipe in the modern format, then finally a version with updated ingredients that better suites a modern palate.

It's incredibly well done. I mean, it isn't a full sized cookbook by any means, but it's long enough for what it is.

u/bovtauro · 1 pointr/Baking

You could also make Paciencia cookies, which are crispy crunchy cookies.

Or my favorite from A Feast of Ice and Fire cookbook, Creme Bastard. Great topper for any fruit really!

u/jangobotito · 1 pointr/FoodPorn
u/mikana · 1 pointr/Breadit

I usually like to eat crusty bread with fruit and cheese, but sometimes I will make Inn at the Crossroad's recipe for onions in gravy when I'm with my boyfriend. He likes to wash it down with apple ale. I think the recipe is only in their book, but I could send you the recipe if you like.

u/JammaLammy · 1 pointr/52weeksofcooking

Stewed Rabbit: "You'll eat Rabbit, or you won't eat. Roast rabbit on a spit would be quickest, if you've got a hunger. Or might be you'd like it stewed, with ale and onions." Arya could almost taste the rabbit. "We have no coin, but we brought some carrots and cabbages we could trade you". (A Storm of Swords). Very good but very plain. Most certainly felt like a hearty stew that I'd want to be greeted with at an Inn after a long day of travel.

Sansa's Lemon Cakes: "Later came sweetbreads and pigeon pie and baked apples fragrant with cinnamon and lemon cakes frosted in sugar, but by then Sansa was so stuffed that she could not manage more than two little lemon cakes, as much as she loved them" These went away so quickly! Family was grabbing them off the cooling rack before they'd even been iced. I now understand why they are so often pilfered from the King's Landing kitchens. Again, very simple, but packed with sweet, tart lemon flavor. I should note that when I prepared the recipe as instructed the dough was very, very dry, and that I had to squeeze in a lot of lemon juice to get it to the right consistency.

Both of these dishes were taken from A Feast of Ice & Fire. While each dish also had a more modern recipe, I decided to go with the more traditional approach.

u/Nzgrim · 1 pointr/gameofthrones

Do you have any idea what characters she likes and which she dislikes? I don't have any ideas myself but it might help someone who has them.

Edit: Just got an idea. Dunno if she cooks, but if she does, there is an official GoT cookbook - A Feast of Ice and Fire (the book series is called A Song of Ice and Fire).

u/paxgarmana · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have read the books and watched the first season and a half - I read the first 4 books when the 4th one came out in paperback ... then had to WAIT

I gotta love House Stark for HONOR - and I love the Words WINTER IS COMING as it reminds me that all scheming cannot compete with inevitability - Winter IS coming

it's a cookbook, it's a COOKBOOK

btw Tyrion is AMAZING

Let me give you some advice, bastard: never forget what you are. The rest of the world will not. Wear it like armor, and it can never be used to hurt you.

u/macbezz · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  • Both. Repeatedly.

  • In the books it's a toss up between Asha and the Blackfish, but on the show Tyrion all the way.

  • Definitely house Greyjoy for me. Love the sea. Love the Kraken.

  • Winter is coming. You really can't beat those. So evocative. But I sure love the "What is dead may never die.." of the drowned men.

  • A lovely cookbook

  • Not only do I have something on a wishlist I have two whole wishlists that are GoT related. Not that I'm obsessed or anything.

  • “Never forget what you are, for surely the world will not. Make it your strength. Then it can never be your weakness. Armour yourself in it, and it will never be used to hurt you.”
u/shakenbake15 · 1 pointr/Cooking

Being a fan of Game of Thrones, I had the same idea and went out and bought this book:

Haven't been able to try any of the recipes out yet but some of them look real good.

u/MustardBucket · 1 pointr/asoiaf

I received this as a Christmas present last year and it is wonderful. Almost all of the recipes are adaptable to more modern/easily obtainable ingredients and the meals can be very cheap. Awesome way to cook and read :)

u/curious_asker · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

We can make a GoT themed feast with food that is found in ¨A song of ice and fire¨ and the tv series. Share the food with our friends as we await the premiere of the new season or just have a medieval fantasy gathering with our friends!

u/iamsheena · 1 pointr/pics

I made that (among other things) for my Game of Thrones premiere party this year . The recipe is found in the aSoIaF cookbook A Feast of Ice and Fire. DELICIOUS.

u/quick_quip_whip · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have the official Game of Thrones cookbook, and it's really good. Besides an introduction by the man himself which is a captivating read, each recipe says the traditional recipe (quail for instance) and then gives the recipe as it would be in modern times (subsitute duck for quail for instance), with accessible ingredients. There's quotes pulled from the book about the food, and plenty of pictures. It's honestly a great coffeetable book even if you don't plan to make any recipes - the whole thing is lovely.

u/Zenophilious · 1 pointr/television

I actually bought that damn licensed cookbook lol I have ASoIaF problem

u/WingedGeek · 1 pointr/television

I mean, GRRM did spend an inordinate amount of time describing every meal; there's even a Feast of Ice and Fire cookbook ...

u/NarwhalShibboleth · 1 pointr/gameofthrones

Yuuuuup - it even has alternative "medieval" and "modern" variations for many of the recipes.

u/ryosen · 1 pointr/entertainment

Don’t forget the cookbook

u/I_am_no_1 · 1 pointr/gameofthrones

I think you all need to check this out.

A Feast of Ice and Fire

But, I agree with RC_5213, Sailors Stew. I hope that its in there.

u/jaysea_girl · 1 pointr/Cooking

If you want something a little different try one from TV show!

Game of Thrones: A Feast of Ice and Fire

Orange is the New Black: The Cookbook

u/10ofClubs · 1 pointr/dndnext

There is a cookbook called A Feast of Ice and Fire that has really cool recipes, and is accompanied by a blog (has free recipes that aren't in the book).

If your party drinks alcohol, I like to get some growlers or 22oz bottles with old timey labels served in mugs or steins. Or you could get some mead/wine served in goblets.

Those are pretty labor intensive though, but just my suggestion.

u/MeishkaD · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

•Riddle 1

The soft kitty socks on my $10 and under list would keep my toes nice and "TOASTy" in those drafty dorm towers. Then I would be less inclined to "WhINE" about being cold.
•Riddle 2

I am sure that Arthur Weasley would be fascinated by the handy muggle invention that uses "eckeltricity" to make sweeping a breeze. The Dust Buster can be found on my Organize All the Things list and would help me keep my dorm room clean and tidy without having to use a "BROOM"
•Riddle 3

The shaggy baby boy's "HAT" on my list for Reproductive Unit #3 would be the perfect size for keeping my owl warm and toasty while delivering mail in the winter.
•Riddle 4

Perhaps a copy of the A Feast of Ice and Fire "cookBOOK" would give the house elves some inspiration for the tasty meals they whip up. It can be found on my Books, Glorious, Books list.

Riddle 5

My packing skills are dreadful. I would probably need the Foldable Engine Hoist on my Spouse Creature list just to lift my "TRUNK"

Bonus Riddle

The Superman bathrobe that is also found on my Spouse Creature list and would definitely double as a "CAPE" I am a pretty modest person, so this would be required for shared bathrooms.

u/SurlyDrunkard · 1 pointr/Cooking

There is this AMAZING honey chicken recipe in the Game of Thrones cookbook that uses apple cider vingar and honey to make the sauce. It's seriously so good.

u/shooby25 · 1 pointr/asoiaf

What if I told you that such a cookbook existed?

u/combat_muffin · 0 pointsr/asoiaf