Game of Thrones Food Taste Test

Game of Thrones Food Taste Test

– Today, we dine like
the King of the North. – Let’s talk about that. (upbeat synthesizer music) – Good Mythical Morning! – And valar morghulis, which is of course, Valyrian for ‘all men must die’, which is not exactly the uplifting message I was looking to start today’s show with, but when it comes to Game of Thrones, that’s about as uplifting as it gets. – Yeah, so to celebrate the return of the biggest show on
TV and it’s final season, we’re putting our little fingers on the culinary pulse of Westeros and bringing some of the most iconic Game of Thrones foods to life. So, hold the door to the fridge, because we’re about as hungry as a herd of Dothraki
after pillaging a village full of sister kissers. It’s time for Real Fake Food:
Game of Thrones Edition. – Now, some of our friends,
like Feast Of Fiction and Binging with Babish and others, have created delicious looking versions of some Game of Thrones foods, but that is not what we’re about to do. Our goal is to make the food
as true to how it exists inside the world of Game
of Thrones as possible. Not some fancy version that you would feed Mema Tyrell on her birthday. – In other words, indigestion is coming. But, before we get to the meals that are dark and full of terrors, let’s ease into things with
something that’s just brown. – Okay. (intense music) – Bowl O’ Brown is a
cheap, murky brown stew served in the slums of King’s Landing, specifically Flea Bottom,
and it’s meant to serve as sustenance for those who
can’t afford anything better. So, let’s see some exciting brown action. (laughs) – It’s only a name, but
an easy burden to bear. Far easier than hers. – In Flea Bottom, we
call them bowls of brown. We pretended that the
meat in them was chicken. We knew it wasn’t chicken. – No boobs in that clip, huh. (crew laughs) – You little. Alright. (laughs) Now, the time has come for us to taste our own bowls of brown. Oh, Sir Jordan of Pig Anus. Sir Jordan of Pig Anus. – Oi there, lords. It is I, the guy who gives you the brown. (laughs) Oh. – [Rhett] Slap it in there. – Oh, yes.
– Look at that. – Oh, I’ll give you
quite the slopping, lord. – Oh gosh. Oh, there’s a whole snail. – This looks amazing. – [Jordan] Oh, and some brown for you. – [Link] Leave brown. Okay. – The brownest of the browns. – Okay, that’s, that’s.
– Yes. – So brown. – Oh, you lost–
– That’s enough! You lost some of your brown, lord! – I’m right here. – (laughs) Alright! – You have like, hearing
loss or something. – I live next to a dragon, so I don’t know how loud I’m talking. – Okay.
– Alright! – Thank you, Mr. Pig Anus. – [Jordan] It’s Pigganus! – Oh. – (laughs) Okay, thanks for clarifying. – [Jordan] Oh, I got quite the ribbing about that in junior high. (laughs) – Ribbing or rimming? (crew laughs) – According–
– Hey, what’s in this? – According to The Sworn
Sword graphic novel, which was written by George
R. R. Martin himself. Uh, the ingredients are
often unidentifiable mystery meats which may include fish. Hey, you’re getting some brown on me, man. – Oh yeah, sorry. – Fish, pigeons, rats, cats, and even dead bodies of dubious origin! It all depends on who made your brown. – Alright now, some
blogs and YouTube chefs have come up with tasty, sanitized recipes of the Bowl O’ Brown, but, this bowl of brown has different stuff. It has beef tendon, pork
kidney, rabbit, duck tongue, black pudding, which is beef blood, snail shells, vegetable peels,
and just a pinch of salt. (crew laughs) – And there is a whole egg of some sort. – [Crew member] That’s my bad. I put some quail eggs in there. – Oh, thanks. – [Crew member] We were
cleaning out the fridge. – Uh, I don’t even really, (coughs) I’m just gonna kinda get
an unidentifiable slurry. – Oh gosh.
– Watch for bones. – Watch for bones. We have been getting the bone warning. – [Link] I just don’t wanna– – [Rhett] Dink, dink your brown. – Oh gosh, that a whole part of something. – That’s good, that’s good, that’s good. Just start small. – Dink it and sink it. – That is just a bone. (crew laughs) – It’s a very beefy version. I think that is probably
a lot more nutritious than what they were actually eating. – [Crew member] There’s
no real beef in there. – Oh!
– Woah, very earthy. (crew laughs) Oh, gosh. Like only 30% of it is digestible. – [Crew member] Yeah. – Or chewable, ope, there’s another piece. – Yep, and I’m already there. – What is that? – [Crew member] Bone. – (laughs) Ehm, bone! – That’s, okay. – The good news is it
only gets worse from here. – Oh, gosh. Next up! Drogon’s Burnt Goat. (crew laughs) (intense music) Now if you thought we’d
eat Game of Thrones food without finding out what
dragons like to eat? Then you know nothing, Jon Snow! – Oh. (crew laughs) – Or whatever your name
is, Doug Snyder perhaps. – Okay well, buckle up, Doug, because we know exactly
what dragons like to eat. (goat bleats) (dragon screeches) (goat cries) – And this is that actual goat. – Yes. Yes, it is. And this goat is currently
at a state of medium rare, which is far too undercooked for the likes of Drogon or Rhaegal, so we need to get it to a proper
degree of dragon doneness. Enter the Dragon. Is that a different thing? – Yeah it is, different movie. Cah caw! – So I just say, grab
a haunch, or I don’t, this is a part. I don’t know what part it is. Grab a part, and point your dragon at it. You gotta massage the dragon’s neck. Get right in there on the thyroid. – I’m so hungry. – Oh gosh. (blow torches ignite) – Oh, look at that! – [Link] Yeah, fire! – Okay, you get it nice and singed. – Whoa! I burnt my, my, my Drogon nose. (laughs) – I think that’s regular. (blow torch ignites) Oh Link, you got– – [Link] Yeah! – [Rhett] You’re putting plastic fumes onto your stuff, man. – Oh, oh.
– Blow it out, blow it out! – Jordan’s over there laughing. Yeah, poison him! – I think I, yeah. You might want to eat mine and not yours. Okay, I’m going for, – Mhm, smells–
– a good solid bite here. – It smells like burnt dragon. I’ll bite from a different spot. – Oh, it’s warm. – Dink it. Oh! (crew laughs) That’s pretty top heavy. – It is. You almost hit me in the nose. – Wow. And sink it. – [Rhett] Oh. – Very gamey! I mean, it’s uh. – It tastes like a barnyard. – Hmm, yeah, it does. – It’s not bad. It’s well seasoned. Good job with the seasoning. (crew member laughs) I know what we’re doing
the rest of the day. – What, eating the rest of these? – Yeah, we gotta finish them, man. – We can do it. – Waste not, want not. – Or feed it to the dragon. – Is that another name for Morgan? (crew laughs) Next up, the Red Wedding Feast. (intense music) Now, even if you haven’t read
or watched Game of Thrones, you’ve probably heard of the Red Wedding. If there’s one thing the Red
Wedding is remembered for, it’s the food. – Yeah. (crew laughs) – And, just in case
you’ve been living under Casterly Rock for the last six years, this clip has some spoilers. (crowd chanting) (crossbows firing) (crowd grunting) (crowd screaming) – Sure, a lot of people died, but did you see that spread? (crew laughs) – Now, I mean, I’ve read all the books. At least the ones that
have been made so far. Come on! Let’s make some more books. The thing that I noticed is that they– – More books, more books! – They go to great detail in
describing all of the food, which allows us to have a
very accurate Red Wedding. A thin leek soup was described
in the Storm of Swords, as well as a salad of green
beans, onions, and beets, river pike poached in almond milk. – Oh, almond milk. – Mounds of mashed turnips that were cold before they reached the table. Jellied calves brains,
a leche of stringy beef, and plenty of red wine. So, some good stuff, some
uh, questionable stuff. – Yeah, and Josh actually
prepared all of that, but the office at Dire Wolf
actually ate most of it when he wasn’t looking,
so here’s what’s left. We have the stringy beef, we’ve got the jellied calves
brains, and the mashed turnips. There’s turnips! – Oi there, lords. You can’t have a Red
Wedding without some blood. Oh, yes, lords. – Oh my gosh.
– Yes. – Okay, Okay. – This is not, this isn’t chocolate syrup and corn syrup. This is real blood! (laughs) It’s real, yes. Oh, there we go. From someone who’s just been
stabbed right in the baby. (laughs) – Okay, okay, okay! – Right in the baby. – Alright! Thank you, Sir Jordan from
the House of Pig Anus. – [Jordan] It’s Pigganus! You’re willfully mispronouncing
it now to embarrass me. (laughs) – Okay, so, it actually does look a lot like chocolate syrup, but it is legitimately
pasteurized cow blood. Apparently, when you pasteurize it, it gets a little thicker. – Oh. Just imagine how the actors felt. You know, it’s like, really guys! – Well, Link, I doubt it was, I think it was just prop food. – No, they went method with the food, man. It is known. – Yeah, if you watch a
show like Game of Thrones, and you want to be in the world. But just imagine what
it would have been like. This is what it would have been like, well, maybe a little bit less blood. A little bit lighter on the blood. But Pig, you know Pig Anus. He’s… – He’s? – Sometimes, he gets carried away. Oh. Oh, does that, is that jellied
calves brain in cow’s blood? – Yes, it is, sir. – Hmm, let’s enjoy. Oh gosh! Ah! – Let’s get some of this at the same time. I’m putting it all in one bite. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, get the perfect– – I don’t want to do two different bites. – Get the perfect bite. – [Link] Oh, oh, my gosh. – [Rhett] Uck. – If we don’t get this down,
we’ve got to go to the wall. (crew laughs) Live out our lives with the brothers. – Got to be celibate, – In black!
– Got to be celibate. – But not practically. (laughs) – Okay. – They tend to overlook
those things when you have a, a steamy gleam in your eye. Like Jon Snow, man. – Yeah, yeah. – That guy could get away with anything. (crew laughs) Why am I making sure I got it all? – I don’t know. You don’t have enough blood. Dip, dip, get some dip. Oh, gosh. Yeah, yeah. There we go, here we go. Dink it. (laughs nervously) – And sink it. (Rhett and Link gagging) – They could use that as foley, foley for when those people
get stabbed in the gut. (retching) – Yeah, they had some great foley. – Uh, I tried. But I guess it’s off to the wall. – Wow, you know what? I’m not even gonna watch the show anymore. – That’s it, that ruined it for you? – Yep, yep, it ruined the show. Not watching the Red
Wedding but eating it. – Well, we came, we saw. We put it in our mouths,
and then we spit it out. Thanks for liking,
commenting, and subscribing. – You know what time it is. – Hi, I’m Sam. – And I’m May, and we’re here at the Game of Thrones
concert in San Diego. Valar morghulis. – [Sam and May] And it’s time to spin The Wheel of Mythicality. – What happens at that concert? There’s a band? – There was like, cauldrons in the, in the front and a mosh pit. – Click the top link to watch us find out which Game of Thrones characters we are in Good Mythical MORE. – And to find out where The Wheel of Mythicality’s gonna land. – If you missed the Tour of
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100 thoughts on “Game of Thrones Food Taste Test

  1. Wanna know what we did with all that extra goat?

  2. Oh…god!! When he poured the blood on the food oh and everything else I almost gagged… First time on GMM

  3. Made it as far as the first dish, I'm eating breakfast rn so I'll wait to watch this layer ty very much😂

  4. Uh correction for the beginning of the video it’s not king of the north it’s Kong’s to the north

  5. Zaldrisess busdari iksos daor

    Valyria muño engõs nuhys issa

    Anyone knows what does words means

  6. Will it cookie episode we had Scottish rhett saying if we don't get this dowwwn
    Now we have Scottish link with his version of if we don't this dowwwn and I love both

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