Hump Day Snack: Game of Thrones Dragon Egg Cookies

By: Jamie Lisanti

Unless you've been living under a rock (or on the wrong side of the wall,) you probably know that HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones premiered its fourth season on Sunday, snagging a jaw-dropping 6.6 million viewers (and the network’s most-watched episode accolade from the 2007 Sopranos finale). Celebrate the new season of Game of Thrones — and yesterday’s announcement of two more seasons — with these stunning Dragon Egg Cookies that will transport you straight to the land of Westeros. Rows of scalloped edges, a textured bottom and a crafty coating of airbrush paint make the dragon eggs seem so lifelike, they may even hatch right in your kitchen.

Crack open a bottle of Fire & Blood Red Ale and round out your Game of Thrones-themed menu with these medieval munchies from Cooking Channel:

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