“Ser Rodrik tried to tug at whiskers that were not there, but before he could frame a rebuke the serving boy came scurrying up. He laid trenchers of bread before them and filled them with chunks of browned meat off a skewer, dripping with hot juice. Another skewer held tiny onions, fire peppers, and fat mushrooms. Ser Rodrik set to lustily as the lad ran back to fetch them beer.” -A Game of Thrones
Meal at the Inn
Take some tasty vegetables, award winning meat, and cook them both over a hot fire. Can you really go wrong there? The meat was perfectly tender, and the veggies came out wonderful. The peppers were perhaps a little too hot for our taste, but added a lot aesthetically. The mushrooms were delicious as is, while the cooked onions could be popped out of their crispy outer skin.
Our only change? Try cooking the meat under a broiler, with the bread well below to catch the drippings. YUM.
How to Make it
What you’ll need:
- skewers for the meat
- your choice of cubed meat (we used lamb)
- small onions, either boiler or mini red onions
- bella mushrooms
- peppers (we used cherry bombs)
- flatish loaves of bread, one for every 2 guests