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Tasty food pops up quite a bit in the Game of Thrones narrative. So, it’s fitting that Michelle Wibowo, a sugar artist and cake designer would use her talents to make a gingerbread version of King’s Landing (from the HBO title sequence) for the Taste of London 2015 festival.

See Also: Our Review Of The Game of Thrones Official Companion Cookbook

She accurately recreated nearly every aspect of the capital in stunning (and delicious) detail.

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I suppose it would be tough to eat a gruesome, award winning Game Of Thrones cake, but if they don’t hurry there will be a spoiler alert worth worrying about.

This Ned Stark cake is the work of Dawn Butler, who crafted it for the International Craft and Hobby Fair where she won gold in carved cake category.

You can check out more pics of this crazy cake on Butler’s Dinkydoodle Designs.

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It gets better. As one Reddit commenter noted:

If he puts it over his head he’ll actually be raisin bran.

pizza throne

The question is, would you rather rule from a pizza throne or a bacon meatloaf throne?

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We’ve featured Nathan Shields’ work many times in the past, and now he’s back to celebrate the return of Game of Thrones with a time-lapse video that illustrates how you can make delicious pancake house sigils at home.

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Forget the Iron Throne: I want to rule this Bacon Meatloaf Throne with my mouth.

(GoT Fans via the Clearly Dope)

carrot throne

Somewhere in Brooklyn lives a man who loves his girlfriend, her pet rabbit Wallace, and Game Of Thrones.

That man built Wallace aka “Wallace The Mad King” his very own Iron Throne made of cardboard and carrots along with a cardboard replica of the Red Keep.

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Drink to House Stark or House Targaryen with two of the coolest looking Game Of Thrones steins released thus far. Both are available for pre-order with a release slated for May 2015.

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To mark the season four DVD release, HBO sponsored a Game of Thrones pop-up restaurant in London over the weekend. Complete with banners from the House of Lannister and Baratheon, a giant map of Westeros, and feast-sized dinning tables, it was the menu that sent fans into an epic adventure.

Chosen from 12,000 competition entrants, the winning fans were the special guests lucky enough dine on the 10 course meal. Based on the delicacies from the show, Chef Jamie Hazeel of the catering company The Wandering Chef created a menu fit for a king, or queen. The feast included outrageous dishes such as bone marrow Crème brulee and honey-fried locusts.

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This gingerbread version of the Iron Throne looks like the tastiest way to rule this Christmas. It was tweeted by amawestergren who’s set the goal pretty high for other aspiring gingerbread builders. This joins the likes of a gingerbread Downton Abbey, Barad-dûr, and Enterprise as one of the year’s best gingerbread creations.

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