As in Game of Thrones, Winter is coming. Before the temperatures cool and the snow falls, try your hand at these rustic dishes, which are are fit for any queen or commoner across Westeros. From the beaches of Dorne to the gates of Winterfell and everywhere in between, we found 14 delightful dishes and drinks to keep you warm, well-fed and on the throne. Warning: our recipes are well seasoned (and peppered with spoilers).
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Don’t be afraid of cooking a whole chicken! This juicy and delicious roasted chicken is a breeze to cook in an iron skillet. Featuring a mix of seasonings, it tastes better than store-bought rotisserie, cooks in under 60 minutes, and is more than enough to feed you and your squire.
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You don’t need to trek to the Inn at the Crossroads to get a taste of Hot Pie’s cooking. This pasty features a thick pastry crust and hearty meat filling, perfect for munching while you meander along the Kingsroad.
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This savory dish features a rich, complex sauce with a surprising ingredient—dark chocolate. Substitute the boar for your favorite game and you’ll have a hearty meal to keep you warm and full as you travel north of the wall—just beware of White Walkers.
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Don’t worry, there’s no cannibalism here! This meat pie is the perfect way to use up your leftover beef. Just add your meat to the mixture of vegetables, potatoes and sauce, top with a perfectly flaky crust, and you’ll have a fleshed-out meal that that’s perfect to serve to friends or enemies.Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Fly over to Dragonstone for this perfectly roasted chicken. The special blend of garlic and tarragon is so good, you’ll almost forget about conquering the seven kingdoms.
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Head south to Dorne for this light and fresh baked trout. If you’ve never cooked a whole fish, this recipe is an easy way to get introduced to the technique. Just stuff the fish with a delicious blend of fresh dill, lemon and seasoning and you’ll have a succulent dish to fill you up before your voyage across the Narrow Sea.
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There’s nothing untrustworthy about this classic side. Just lightly coat with olive oil and our secret blend of seasonings and you’ll have a dish worth writing home about. (Where’s that raven?)
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Also known as landbrot, this country bread is a savory overnight sourdough. Typically made in large quantities to last each week, this yeastless bread is made with a traditional levain build that leaves your loaf chewy, airy, full of flavor and pairs perfectly with a bowl o’ brown.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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A Lannister always pays his debts...and serves a delightful dessert.. A golden, flaky double crust soaks up the delicious red cherry filling, making this a dessert worth scheming over.
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More wine? Always. Who minds a Night King at the gate when you’re sipping a warm mug of mulled Dornish red. Seasoned with traditional spices, sliced orange and sugar, we've add brandy for an extra boozy kick that Cersei would approve of.
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This frosty martini is fit for any Khaleesi. Featuring a refreshing blend of iced dragonfruit, lime and vodka this cocktail is perfect for cooling down after a long day of roasting your enemies.
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End your day wight with this strong electric blue drink. All you’ll need is a touch of UV Blue vodka, raspberry sherbet and lemon-lime soda and you’ll be marching amongst the army of the dead in no time.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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This Jon Snow cone features spicy fireball and refreshing shaved ice to pay homage to the song of fire and ice. Jon would’ve bent the knee much earlier if Khaleesi had served this at Dragonstone.