The question is, would you rather rule from a pizza throne or a bacon meatloaf throne?
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.
See the full image after the break.
You know what they say about Pringles, “once you pop, you can’t stop.” In this case, if you don’t stop, you can eventually build an Iron Throne! How’s that for incentive? I always prefer eating to win a throne instead of fighting a war.
Pringles shared the image above on Twitter for the season four premiere of Game of Thrones and encouraged followers to say no being hungry. Check out the tweet after the break…
Wannabe kings in Westeros fight bloody battles over the Iron Throne. The seat of the kingdom in King’s Landing is made from dozens of melted swords and looks insanely uncomfortable. So many pointy objects! I wouldn’t want it. I would, however, fight to the pain for a cake version of the mighty chair.
This delicious design from The Cake Geek features chocolate, vanilla, strawberries and it’s all covered in carefully sculpted fondant.
Check out more pics of this awesome cake after the break.
You may recall yesterday’s announcement which provided details, but no images, of the upcoming Game of Thrones beer produced by HBO and Brewery Ommegang. Well, the excruciating wait is over. Behold the 25 oz, corked bottle for Iron Throne blonde ale!
“It made us approach development in a completely new way and I think the first edition Iron Throne reveals that,” said Phil Leinhart, brewmaster at Ommegang. “With a Lannister currently on the throne, it made sense to do a delicate, but piercing Golden Blonde Ale with Noble hops. Iron Throne is certainly fair in color and soft in appearance, yet it still possesses a complexity and bite to be on guard for.”
Iron Throne is slated to hit the shelves in March at a cost of $8.50 per bottle.