Fancy yourself a GoT fanatic? This bakery in the UK is selling real Direwolf bread.
Game of Thrones is hot hot hot right now. If you haven’t jumped on the fantasy drama series bandwagon, it’s time to lock yourself in your bedroom for a week and play catch up, stat. GoT fanatics are reeling over this latest news, as baking apprentice Hot Pie (aka Ben Hawkey) from Game of Thrones has opened his own bakery… selling real life Direwolf bread.
If that wasn’t enough to excite you, perhaps the incredibly punny name of the bakery itself will – ‘You Know Nothing, John Dough’.
For those needing their memory jogged, Hawkey, who plays Arya Stark’s (Maisie Williams) friend, served Arya the rustic Direwolf bread in the third season of GoT. Hawkey launched his exciting new business venture earlier last month, on the night of the season 7 premiere.
Wondering what the Direwolf breads actually taste like? The wolf-shaped loaves apparently consist of whole wheat cornbread with orange zest, best served slightly warm with soft butter. Paired with a cup of tea, this sounds like something GoT fans and lovers of baked goods alike could enjoy. A lot.
Unfortunately for us Aussies, the bakery is based in the UK, with the Direwolf loaves only available via delivery service Deliveroo. According to several UK publications, these tasty morsels sell out in hours and are currently unavailable. Guess you can’t have everything in life.
To read more, check out the original article courtesy of Hyperbeast