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You Can Take A 'Game Of Thrones' Cooking Class And Learn How To Make Marbled “Dragon Eggs”

Delish logo Delish 11/7/2019 Madison Flager
a group of colorful balloons: With the help of Chef Andy, a culinary instructor and food blogger, you and your friends can make a three-course Game of Thrones-inspired meal called "The King's Feast." © Cozymeal With the help of Chef Andy, a culinary instructor and food blogger, you and your friends can make a three-course Game of Thrones-inspired meal called "The King's Feast."

For those of you still nursing your end-of-series Game of Thrones wounds, there's a way to live like a Lannister—and eat some bomb food in the process. Cozymeal, which describes itself as the Airbnb of dining experiences, has a GoT-themed cooking class listed on its website.

With the help of Chef Andy, a culinary instructor and food blogger, you and your friends can make a three-course meal fit for royalty (the experience is called The King's Feast, after all). Over two hours, you'll make marbled "Deviled Dragon Eggs" with paprika, herbs, and black salt; your choice of fried chicken or beef Wellington with herb roasted potatoes; and Lady of Lemon Cakes, soft lemon cakes with lemon syrup and lemon zest.

Since Chef Andy comes to you, you're also free to glug some wine, beer, or—preferably—Game of Thrones whiskey. The classes are offered Tuesday through Sunday and can be booked for up to 14 guests. While Chef Andy is based in Chicago, if you don't live in the area, there's plenty of time to plan a trip. As of this article, classes were available through June 2020.

The class costs $89 per person, which is a bit steep, but you do get a three-course meal and tips from a pro out of it. Previous customers have nothing but good things to say about Chef Andy—he has positive reviews dating back to 2016, with people calling him personable, professional, and fun. One reviewer said: "Would definitely recommend this for a girls’ night or cool date night activity!"

Book a class now on Cozymeal, or gift one to a friend. They have classes in dozens of cities, as well as team building exercises for groups.

Related video: How to make hard boiled eggs in your Instant Pot (Provided by Rachael Ray)

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