Game of Scones: All Men Must Dine

Game of Scones All Men Must Dine The struggle for the Iron Scone has begun and chaos reigns throughout the Seven Kingdoms Appetites are rising and kings queens knights liars and honest men battle it out as they play the Game of Sc

  • Title: Game of Scones: All Men Must Dine
  • Author: Jammy Lannister
  • ISBN: 1409160696
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The struggle for the Iron Scone has begun and chaos reigns throughout the Seven Kingdoms Appetites are rising and kings, queens, knights, liars and honest men battle it out as they play the Game of Scones Jammy Lannister, by right of birth, blood and dough, has laid his claim to the Iron Scone of Westeros join him as he fights his way through the kitchen, encountering eThe struggle for the Iron Scone has begun and chaos reigns throughout the Seven Kingdoms Appetites are rising and kings, queens, knights, liars and honest men battle it out as they play the Game of Scones Jammy Lannister, by right of birth, blood and dough, has laid his claim to the Iron Scone of Westeros join him as he fights his way through the kitchen, encountering edible desserts and baked goods including Unsullied Soldiers without nuts , Brienne of Tart, Jaime and Cersei s Family Mess and Tyrion s Shortbread ARYA HUNGRY BECAUSE DINNER IS COMING

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    1. I have zero shame in buying this cookbook even if it is thee most random book on my shelf. I'm not much of a cook myself but I do love Game of Thrones.I actually sat down and read carefully through every recipe as if I was reading a regular book. I would high recommend that you do just because there are little puns and references and jokes everywhere.Although I highly doubt I'll make many of these recipes just because I don't eat much fruit and I'm technically sugar-free but I'm open.I tried Hot [...]

    2. A few of you, certainly those who know me in real life, may already know that my husband runs the book review site, The Eloquent Page. This book came to my attention through his fiction contacts, not mine.I think there must be few people now that have not heard of Game of Thrones. Even those not familiar with the TV show or books will find it obvious that this book is a parody in a cookbook of the epic fantasy series from G. R. R. Martin.There is not much to say about the author, Jammy Lannister [...]

    3. Game of Scones is a short recipe book inspired by Game of Thrones. I was expecting to see more recipes of things actually mentioned in the books/show but I still liked the twist they made on it (particularly the Red Velvet Wedding Cake!) I very much liked the comments and introductions to the recipes and the photos helped to illustrate the aimed finish. The instructions weren't the clearest that I've ever read but they did work well!

    4. This was the funniest cookbook I've ever read. That may not sound like a compliment (since I think I only listed 2 cookbooks in my book list) but it is a compliment. Really. Not only is is funny but also drop-dead gorgeous. The most impressive (I think) is the Red (Velvet) Wedding Cake:This book is how one fan whiles away the years between George R. R. Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice books: MAKE DESSERTS. Lots of them. With food dye and glycerin to give the blood a bloodier effect. Genius!The d [...]

    5. Such a fun book. I'm definitely going to attempt one of the recipes in here - I've been wanting to bake Sansa's lemon cakes for a while now.

    6. THIS BOOK IS BRILLIANT!!!All baking recipes are themed on Game of Thrones with an artistic or puntastic edge to them.From Hot Pie’s Wolfbread (a basic wholemeal bread, shaped into a wolf like he did on the show) and Sansa’s Lemon Cakes to a Red (velvet) Wedding Cake (3 tier cake with ‘blood’ pouring down the side) and the one I really REALLY wanna try myself Oberyn’s Smashing Surprise (long story short a decorated chocolate shell filled with red jelly so you can re-enact the scene and [...]

    7. I received a preview of this book in the Kindle edition and was excited when I first viewed it. Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to rate the extremely limited preview provided. The concept and what I saw looks fun, with witty Game of Thrones references thrown even into the recipes (Tyrion's Shortbread calls for 7,800 jars of wildfire), but without more than a handful of pages I can only give it three stars. With the whole book it probably would have been 4-5, but I can't speculate without [...]

    8. Diehard fans of Game of Thrones will probably get a chuckle out of this book. Some of the recipes are gruesome (a chocolate head you drive your thumbs into to reveal the raspberry filling). I don't actually see myself making any of the recipes in here. Annoyingly, the recipe measurements are given using European measurements. All the recipes have complex assembly instructions, so again, I don't see anyone actually setting out to make any of these. Cute idea, but poorly executed.

    9. It is a good fun cookery book for fans of the series, like others I expected some recipes to set the scene for a Westbros party but the ones given are great fun. Slightly glad this was a friend's copy as I have the recipes given in other books although this book's display ideas are certainly more stunning.

    10. I like this one. It is both a parody and a cookbook based on Game of Thrones. While some diehard fans of Game of Thrones are likely to think that this one is making fun of the original. I would respectably disagree. It is this kind of creativity that makes reading books more fun. Parodies have their place in this world and cookbooks are very useful.

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