Foodies and Fantasy Novels-The Quest For New Recipes



When fantasy genre and food enthusiast Adam Bruski read the "A Game Of Thrones" novels by George R.R. Martin, he paid close attention to an aspect that i'm sure very few reading the books have even noticed-the amazing sounding recipes. So he has taken it upon himself to recreate the recipes, using only ingredients which would have been available during the Medieval period, on his cooking blog "Cooking Ice And Fire". Bruski's passion for food shines through in his recipes, of which there are six so far, and the fantasy food turned haute cuisine recipes range from the strange (cold egg lime soup) to the sublime (veal cutlets blanched with almond milk). With many more books and recipes to go, Adam aims to show us all what we've been missing while reading through the series, and how we can bring home exotic and interesting flavors from our favorite fantasy novels!

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Why does this barely-begun site keep getting press, while the far superior Inn at the Crossroads: http://innatthecrossroads.com/ is ignored? They have been making dishes from "Game of Thrones" and the other George RR Martin books for longer, and have a more extensive recipe list. Plus, they are very helpful if you message them on twitter!
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