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‘Game Of Thrones’ Hot Pie Opens Real Bakery Called ‘You know-nothing John Dough’ And you know what He’s Making

Game of Thrones followers, perhaps you have craved certainly one of Hot Pie’s Direwolf-shaped loaves of breads? After that you’re in chance, as the fictional baker from preferred HBO show has just established an actual bakery in London. But that’s maybe not the best part. The best part could be the name, because Hot Pie – real name Ben Hawkey – has actually decided to phone the bakery….wait for this… You Realize Absolutely Nothing John Dough!

“Hot Pie’s Direwolf loaves are a favorite for Game of Thrones fans, and folks are always asking myself for key of my dish,” Hawkey told Digital Spy. “we can’t share that, but Deliver clients may have the chance to decide to try all of them themselves. You don’t also have to take a dangerous walk-down the King’s Road to consult with, considering you.”

The bakery, run-in partnership with Deliveroo, launched its doorways on July 17 after the GoT period 7 premiere, and you can think it is by looking for their particular title into the application. Their iconic Direwolf breads is made from wholewheat cornbread and lime zest, and is best offered somewhat hot with smooth butter, but it comes as not surprising to discover that they rapidly ran down (probably since they had been just selling them for £1). Hurry up while making more Hot Pie! You will find hungry men and women outside of Westeros you realize. (h/t: Digital Spy)

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