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A Feast of Ice and Fire by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel
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Jul 04, 2012

bookshelves: reference, cooking
Read from July 03 to 04, 2012

I haven't tried any of the recipes, but many of them look intriguing. Except for the snake and the locust ones. But for the adventurous souls out there, the recipes with non-conventional ingredients are something new and interesting to try. And for the less adventurous types, there are still many recipes that look wonderful.

This isn't a book where you need to be acquainted with George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones series to be able to use or understand the recipes. Indeed, the only potential stumbling block would be that some of the recipe names reference characters or places specific to the books. Also, the little excerpt describing the food at the start of each recipe will be meaningless to people who aren't familiar with the books.

But other than some trivial issues, the recipes are everyone-friendly.
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