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Cooking to go with Game of Thrones,
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This review is from: A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook (Hardcover)
Obviously, I haven't tested many of the recipes yet, but I have done enough medieval style cooking to know that the ones in this book will be tasty. Whenever possible, the book gives you medieval and modern methods for the same item. The recipes are fairly easy to prepare and where some of the ingredients may be exotic, there are substitutes provided. For those who are fans of A Song of Ice and Fire or Game of Thrones, the book is divided into the regions of Westeros with recipes from each region based on what is mentioned in the novels. You can dine at Winterfell one evening and lunch in Dorne, the next afternoon. The only fault I've noticed so far is a publisher's error in the table of contents. It lists "Bowls of Brown" on page 158, when it is actually on page 152. It looks delicious, so now you will know where to find it.