When your pet and lifelong friend is a giant wolf, you don’t need to worry about composting your scraps or enemies for that matter. From the Game of Thrones website Inn at the Crossroads, this recipe is a modified version of an old Roman empire classic! Click here to see the recipe.
As the self-proclaimed god of tits and wine, the former and future King’s Hand’s drink of choice is a cocktail that mixes cognac and port. Click here to see this VinePair creation! If the cherry garnish is too boring a color contrast, go with slice of honeydew melon, or even dragonfruit!
Being the warlord of a tribal nation of nomads is no easy job. But a nice Dothraki recipe of goat curry in between killing everyone who wants your title is the perfect meal. While sadly it was a fluffy pillow who bested him in the end, click here for a Dothraki classic from Nerdy Recipes!
As diminutive assassins go, this young lady while cute is quite terrifying in her mercilessness. This recipe from Epicurious is in keeping with her sneaky ways. “Snitched” is another way of saying “steal”.
Much like the future Lady of Winterfell, this recipe from Chef Steps is both bright and innocent but with a touch of sophistication (saffron). However before you underestimate either the recipe or the character, remember that Sansa Stark had her first husband eaten alive by his pet dogs (with good reason to be fair).
With over 100 children and 8 marriages to his name, this noble’s attempted to seize power in the Game of Thrones was by reproducing a lot. His most recent marriage at the age of 91 was to a woman 7 decades his junior. This recipe is from Inn at the Crossroads was one of the last things Frey tasted before Arya dispatched most of the Frey clan.
For a sadistic torturer like Ramsey Bolton, eating a sausage in front of Theon Greyjoy after castrating him ranks among his more horrific moments. Unlike other eunuchs in the series such as Varys or the Unsullied, Theon doesn’t handle his misfortune as well. From the Spruce Eats comes this fresh pork sausage recipe that leaves you wanting more then “just the tip.”
As final meals go, this old English classic is worth the effort. If you can’t find pigeon then go with any other small bird like a squab or chicken. From Bon Appetite comes this theme recipe minus the flying rodents.