Guys, "Game of Thrones" star Ben Hawkey, aka Hot Pie, is selling direwolf bread from a London bakery called You Know Nothing John Dough.
He did it. He won. Game over.
The loaves started selling exclusively on U.K.'s Deliveroo on July 17. Here's the description: "Inspired by the direwolf bread he made for Arya Stark, Ben's loaves are made from wholewheat cornbread with orange zest."
As Hawkey told Digital Spy, "Hot Pie's Direwolf loaves are a favorite for 'Game of Thrones' fans, and people are always asking me for the secret of my recipe. I can't share that, but Deliveroo customers will have the chance to try them themselves. You don't even need to take a dangerous walk down the King's Road to visit, it comes to you."
The snag is that the Deliveroo page currently reads, "You Know Nothing John Dough isn't currently accepting orders." As Nerdist speculated, "Our guess is they've been such a hit with fans they can't keep up with demand." Maybe if they raise the price over 1 Euro each, the demand won't be so high. And also, they should consider removing the "h" in the bakery name so it reads Jon Dough, like Jon Snow. Just a thought.
Obviously, GoT fans have embraced the news, which made its way across Twitter in the past week, following Hot Pie's surprise return in Season 7, Episode 2:
Hot Pie from GoT has opened a real-life bakery called 'You Know Nothing Jon Dough'. This has made my day. pic.twitter.com/9fMvTi5m5o
— James Dyer (@jamescdyer) July 27, 2017
— Mrs Mari Momo (@Momodemomo1224) July 26, 2017
— Essential TV (@Essential_TV) July 27, 2017
— Sera Lindsey (@portablesera) July 28, 2017
You Know Nothing Jon Dough! YOU KNOW NOTHING JON DOUGH!?!?! I die. (and come back to life... and maybe die again... wait can I die again?) https://t.co/X8OvytNxdQ
— Hazel Q (@HazelQuimpo) July 26, 2017
The key is butter most people don't take the time ???? pic.twitter.com/1dljkiW39A
— Kory (@SOyungSOblessd) July 26, 2017
"Game of Thrones" Season 7 continues this Sunday, July 30 at 9 p.m. with Episode 3, "The Queen's Justice" on HBO. No word on if we'll see more of Hot Pie, but best of luck to Hawkey with that brilliantly marketed bakery.
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