Hot off his reappearance and reunion with Arya Stark in the latest episode of Game of Thrones, everyone’s favorite TV baker, Hot Pie, is serving up delicious eats throughout the UK. Yes, that’s correct. You can have Direwolf bread delivered in London right to your doorstep. Ben Hawkey, the actor who plays Hot Pie in the show, opened the hilariously named bakery “You Know Nothing John Dough” to hawk his whole wheat cornbread with orange zest (aka Direwolf bread) that’s best served slightly warm and with soft butter. In order to do that he partnered with UK-based delivery service Deliveroo (think UK version of Postmates, UberEATS or any of the others) to have the bread that’s almost too cool to eat delivered right to your front door. As you might have imagined since you’ve probably never heard of Deliveroo, it’s not available in the U.S. Seeing as how Hawkey isn’t keen to reveal his secret recipe either, it’s going to be something you have to eat with your eyes or travel to London for.
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