From the world of George R. R. Martin&rsquo,s A Song of Ice and Fire comes a collection of 80 delicious recipes inspired by the histories of Westeros, Essos, and beyond. For those who long to dine with the Dragonlords of Old Valyria or quaff a cup of mead with King Robert I, The Official Game of Thrones Cookbook unlocks the vast culinary world of George R. R. Martin&rsquo,s A Song of Ice and Fire. Presented as the in-world manuscript of a Citadel maester, these eighty recipes take the reader on a delectable journey throughout the Seven Kingdoms, across the Narrow Sea, and back into the annals of history. The book is created by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, who tends the popular &ldquo,Inn at the Crossroads&rdquo, food blog and co-authored A Feast of Ice and Fire. Her Maester Alton is curious, food-obsessed, and loves the fare of the highborn and small folk alike. His recipes evoke the world&rsquo,s regions, history, and stories in a charming and knowledgeable voice. The eight chapters offer recipes for every meal of the day, including Dothraki Blood Pie, Crown Roast of Boar&rsquo,s Ribs, Dornish Creamcakes, Redwyne Roasted Grapes, Seaweed Ship&rsquo,s Biscuits, Barley Griddle Cakes, Winter Town Wassail. Recipes are illustrated by mouthwatering food photography and stunning woodcut illustrations. A resource section suggests menus by region, so you can hold a feast in Riverlands, The Wall, or Braavos. Complete with an introduction by George R. R. Martin, The Official Game of Thrones Cookbook transports you to a much-loved world where trestle tables groan with sumptuous feasts, goblets overflow with mead, and winter is always coming.