Cookbook of Ice and Fire

Yes, it’s official.

We have won the Game of Food!

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that we are the authors of the forthcoming cookbook, A Feast of Ice and Fire.

We plan to keep cooking and updating the blog in the meantime, but we will be doing a great deal of scurrying around behind the scenes, perfecting recipes and staging awesome photos.┬áThe book is due out May 29th, 2012, but we’ll be bringing even more recipes to the blog in the meantime, so keep in touch!

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  1. The awesomeness of this news can’t be contained!! Congrats my dear ldies, and I’ll be waiting with baited breath!! For the cookbook, and recipes, too!!!

  2. I’m so very happy for you. Hopefully the publishers will also be springing for some of the more expensive ingredients so you can expand to the really elaborate dishes. And I hope they don’t try to make you eat/make dog sausage. Congratulations!

  3. Congratulations on the book deal! I will definitely buy a copy when it’s released. Heck, I’ll probably buy copies as holiday gifts for my friends!

  4. I’ve been stopping by this website for a while to see what you’ve been cooking up and get some inspiration for meals. You definitely deserve a cookbook based on this! It not only brings the food in the books to life, but also offers reasonable way to recreate really old recipes. Good luck with the process and I look forward to finding it on the shelf!

  5. Congrats! Can’t wait to add this book to my shelf. Although I predict I wont stay on the shelf long and in the kitchen! It will be an excellent addition to my one and lonely medieval cookbook!
    I’ll be happily cooking up some of the recipes you have now while I wait!

    You may even want to include how fans and readers of your book can set a themed meal, such as the table settings and decor, for friends or family to enhance the mood and what to look for to provide that experience!

  6. I will be super excited to buy this in its opening week. Your recipes, and your research, are incredible. I love it! Good show! <3

  7. Congrats! That’s so awesome. I’ve starting learning to cook using your recipes, can’t wait for the cookbook!

  8. Strangely, for someone who can’t cook, I own several themed cookbooks … and look forward to adding this one to their number! *makes note*

  9. Awesooooooooooome!
    I love this blog, and it’s really sparked in me a love for cooking and especially for eating. Can’t wait to see the cookbook.

  10. Congratulations! I am a new reader here but I have to say that I love this blog and the recipes! I’ll be looking for the book with great anticipation.

  11. This one will go on my bookshelf right beside Mr. Martin’s books….Although I may have to buy two copies to keep one in the kitchen! Congrats and thanks for your continuing hard work!

  12. Congratulations!!! About time you spread your awesomeness to a Thones-hungry world. I can’t wait to have the book to place beside all my other ASOIAF ones!

  13. I really want to see fresh rat on a stick in the book that sounds really appetizing :-) Also does anyone know where i can find a wildboar? I really want to see the Wife try and recreate Roberts Feast for my next birthday (which the book is out just in time for :-) )

    congrats on getting the Job I’m looking forward it. (omg i just realised the wife has more reason to cook with Fire Peppers now :-/ might have to pull those pages from the book before she gets to them :-) hmmm the sandwich im eating doesn’t really satisfy after thinking of all the feas from asoiaf

  14. Absolutely buying this book. I was just having a conversation with a friend about how a book like this needed to be made, thanks for taking the time to do it! The recipes look great!

  15. Finally I will dine on better fare than weasel stew and Fleabottom pigeon! Provided my saltwife is able to read the cookbook…