Imagine eating like this

From George Martin’s A Dance with Dragons, pp 26-28 condensed:

“They began with a broth of crab and monkfish, and cold egg lime soup as well. Then came quails in honey, a saddle of lamb, goose livers drowned in wine, buttered parsnips, and suckling pig. Tyrion had never eaten so well, even at court. Next came mushrooms kissed with garlic and bathed in butter, a heron stuffed with figs, veal cutlets blanched with almond milk, creamed herring, candied onions, foul-smelling cheeses, plates of snails and sweetbreads, and a black swan in her plumage.”

A black swan in her plumage? I’d be in cardiac arrest before that point.


One thought on “Imagine eating like this

  1. Loren,

    A search of your worthy blog reveals no Wheel of Time references. I'm on book 13 with
    the same truly mixed feelings I
    had in book 1. Please advise and
    don't be shy: “The Tygers of Wrath
    are wiser than the Horses of Instruction.”

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