How to Make Game of Thrones Weirwood Tree Cauliflower Steaks - GeekMom
The culinary gods approve of this delicious and easy dish inspired by the sacred trees of Westeros.
Dire Wolf Puppy Chow
The long lunch is almost over... time for a midday snack. A dire wolf is man's best friend. He's friendly, loyal, energetic and very likely to bite someone's face off if they try to hurt you. Most of all, a dire wolf is soooooo fluffy! What better way to spend time with your best buddy than curled up under a blanket on the couch with a delicious snack in hand while you watch the dire wolves do their thing on Game of Thrones. Prep time: 10-15 minutes Feeds: a pack of ravenous wolves…
14 Game Of Thrones crafts
By: Jessica Hill on 6:44 AM All men must DIY! After last night’s barnburner episode, there’s only one episode left this season. Prepare for the finale with some GOT-inspired crafts. I have found 14 different tutorials for projects that you can make for less than $10! CORK WESTEROS MAP - GAMER WIFE DRAGON EGG – JOZEFOWSKI DRAGON MOBILE - KRAFTY KATH EDIBLE DOTHRAKI HORSE HEART - NOT YOUR MOMMA'S COOKIE HOUSE SIGIL KNITTING CHARTS- THAT KNITTING KIDD HOUSE SIGIL TILE COASTERS - KALEIDOSCOPE…
Game of Thrones' recipes look really delicious
Rosehip soup, goose sauced with mulberries, honeyed chicken handpies, turnip greens and sweetgrass salad... even greywater watch frog stew. These recipes from Game of Thrones—the popular TV series set in a fantasy medieval-ish world—actually look quite delicious.
Wedding Inspiration: Game of Thrones
Based on the bestselling series by George R.R. Martin, this fantasy epic follows the leaders of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros in their quest for realm domination. Check out some of our favorite details inspired by the spellbinding visuals on the show.
Have you ever been so bored out of your mind that you wanted to make the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones out of rice krispies, frosting, and chocolate? Well now you can with Celine and Patrick’s I…
Inn at the Crossroads: A "Game of Thrones" cooking blog | Boing Boing
I’ve long been a big fan of modern attempts to cook medieval cuisine (see: Medievalcookery.com, University of Chicago Press’ The Medieval Kitchen, and all the various scanned, historic …