A Feast Fit for Your Game of Thrones Viewing Party

Whether you're rooting for house Stark, Targaryen, Lannister or the White Walkers, these apps, mains and sweets will leave you feeling like you're on the Iron Throne.

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Hot Pie Beef Pies

Arya’s friend Hot Pie loves to bake, and you’ll love his pies. Especially when they’re filled with ooey-gooey cheddar and beef.
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The Red Woman Cake

Even the Lord of Light will approve of this rich, moist cake.
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Turkey White Chili

Growing up in a Pennsylvania Dutch area, I was surrounded by excellent cooks and wonderful foods. I enjoy experimenting with new recipes like this change-of-pace chili. —Kaye Whiteman, Charleston, West Virginia
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Cup of Jon Snow

This punch has a refreshing, icy texture, just like the snow north of the Wall. You’ll be brought to life with it’s punchy lemon flavor.
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Brienne of Tarth Tart

This tart is so satisfying it will give you the strength to take on a bear.
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Champion Chicken Puffs

My guests peel rubber getting to the table to munch on these chicken puffs. The tender bites are made with hassle-free refrigerated crescent rolls and a flavorful chicken and cream cheese filling. —Amber Kimmich, Powhatan, Virginia
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Sansa's Lemon Cakes

Sansa is obsessed with lemon cakes for good reason; they’re really tasty.
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Hot Spiced Wine

My friends, family and I enjoy this spiced wine during cold-winter gatherings. This warm drink will be a special treat for anyone who enjoys dry red wines. —Noel Lickenfelt, Bolivar, Pennsylvania
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Red Velvet Whoopie Pies

Everyone gets a kick out of this fun take on the popular red velvet cake. Take a shortcut and use packaged cream cheese frosting for the filling. —Judi Dexheimer, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
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Pumpkin Scones with Berry Butter

These delightful scones are perfect on a cold winter day with a steaming hot cup of coffee. They also make a wonderful hostess gift arranged in a basket. —Judy Wilson, Sun City West, Arizona
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Dothraki Nibblers

Rumor has it, the Dothraki would ride a wooden horse across the sea for these flaky cheese bites.
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Bran's Barley Soup

This warm and filling soup is reminds us of cozy days at Winterfell. The North remembers its mouthwatering flavor.
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Three Rye Raven Melts

Even a White Walker couldn’t hold us back from these fabulous melts. They’ll guide your taste buds on a yummy journey.
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The Mountains

These yummy mountain cookies will tower over your taste buds.
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King's Landing Brandy

You’ll feel like your the leader of the Seven Kingdoms while sipping on this brandy-based drink.
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Westeros Wellingtons

Your guests will be dueling over these pastry-wrapped bites almost as much as your favorite characters fight over the Iron Throne.
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Wildlings' Biscuits

These cherry-studded cookies are the perfect way to brighten up Beyond the Wall.
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House of Bolton Crostini

You’ll love this appetizer (almost) as much as you despise the Boltons.
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Olenna Tyrell's Baked Brie

Tea at court wouldn’t be complete without this fruit-infused baked brie. A perfect fit for the Queen of Thorns.
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Vampire Killer Martini

If you're going to hang with vampires, you're going to need a strong drink. This spicy vodka martini, with a blood-red beet garnish, does the trick. A little garlic helps, too! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Direwolves' Treats

Like a direwolf, you’ll be pawing for more of these bone-shaped cookies and dip. Fight nicely over them—no biting!
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Highgarden Cookies

These dainty cookies have a sweet floral flavor that will make you feel like a Tyrell.
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Red Wedding Sorbet

We still haven’t gotten over what happened at the Red Wedding. The only thing that can dull the pain is a heaping bowl of this fruit sorbet.
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Rose Petal Honey

This delicious recipe is a perfect topping for toast or English muffins. It is so simple to make and will impress guests at tea.—Mary Kay Dixson, Decatur, Alabama
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King Robert's Boar

Who could forget about the boar that (kind of) started it all? You won’t have to hunt for flavor in these saucy ribs.
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Dornish Pie

Be sure to get a bite of this pie before the Sand Snakes steal it.
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Spooky Pretzel Bones

I hosted a party one Halloween and wanted to make pretzels to go with my beer cheese dip. Considering the holiday, I shaped the dough into bones. —Courtney Lentz, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Guest Right Bread

Give your guests a proper Westeros welcome with a slice of this hearty bread.
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I first made this peppery beef with a recipe from my boss, who lived in Korea in the 1950s. Freeze the ribeyes and slicing's a cinch. —Linda McCane, Chesapeake, Virginia

Caroline Stanko
Caroline has been with Taste of Home for the past seven years, working in both print and digital. After starting as an intern for the magazine and special interest publication teams, Caroline was hired as the third-ever digital editor for Taste of Home. Since then, she has researched, written and edited content on just about every topic the site covers, including cooking techniques, buzzy food news, gift guides and many, many recipe collections. Caroline also acts as the editorial lead for video, working with the Test Kitchen, videographers and social media team to produce videos from start to finish. When she’s not tip-tapping on a keyboard, Caroline is probably mixing up a killer cocktail, reading a dog-eared library book or cooking up a multi-course feast (sometimes all at once). Though she technically lives in Milwaukee, there is a 50/50 chance Caroline is in Chicago or southwest Michigan visiting her close-knit family.