After the immense popularity of my 10 Game of Thrones Cocktails, I felt like I had to make a Game of Thrones Party Menu to go along with all that booze.
This easy Game of Thrones party menu is an impressive way to spice up GoT night with friends or your significant other. Or even just for you boo boo. Treat yo self.
We begin the journey in Dorne.
When the sun set the air grew cool and the children went inside in search of supper, still the prince remained beneath his orange trees, looking out over the still pools and the sea beyond. A serving man brought him a bowl of purple olives with flatbread, cheese, and chickpea paste. He ate a bit of it, and drank a cup of the sweet, heavy strongwine that he loved. – A Feast for Crows
“Chickpea Paste” (Hummus)
You can use store bought hummus and place into a bowl, using the back of a spoon make grooves in the hummus and drizzle a little bit of extra virgin olive oil in them. Sprinkle on sumac if you have it, other wise a sprinkling of paprika works fine. Cayenne too.
If you want to make your own hummus, try these recipes:
Purchase and Assemble:
“Cheese” (Any cheese you like or have)
“Purple olives” (Black olives)
“Flatbread” (Pita or naan bread)
“Strongwine” (Fortified wine or any red wine with a splash of brandy or bourbon or whisky or you get the idea)
And now we find ourselves in Flea Bottom, a slum in King’s Landing.
“When I was your age, I lived on one bowl of stew a day, and ‘stew’ is a kind word for it.” – Melisandre
“In Flea Bottom we called them ‘bowls of brown’. We’d pretend that the meat in them was chicken – we knew it wasn’t chicken.” – Gendry
I made a Bowl of Brown (Paleo Grass-fed Chili). Flea Bottom’s finest!
Make my recipe or any other chili or stew recipe that you can make early in the day and not fuss over until it’s ready. Perfect for a crockpot.
Aaaahh… it feels so good to watch that slap over and over.
Now, we find ourselves in luxurious King’s Landing, surrounded by treachery and deceit. Maybe some lemon cakes will make us feel better?
“Lemony lemony lemon cakes…and you can have as many as you like.” – Alayne Stone
This Lemon Cakes recipe is so easy and the cakes are very addictive. They’re basically mini lemon pound cakes with a sweet lemony glaze (!).
So, go on, throw a Game of Thrones party and impress your friends with this super easy menu. No one has to know that you didn’t spend forever in the kitchen slaving over this feast.
No shame in it, I mean, where are we? Slaver’s Bay?
So loosen up…
…and enjoy the last few episodes of the season.
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