Based on the approximately four hundred hours of Next Food Network Star that I have seen, I gather that it’s hard to properly describe food to someone who can’t actually taste it. This apparently isn’t a problem for George R.R. Martin, who inserts long and varied food descriptions everywhere in A Song of Ice and Fire. These are the best ones. Fair warning, some of these things might include some spoilers. They’re all past the point where they really would be, but proceed at your own risk. While a lot of this list is Martin describing delicious food, “best” here also encompasses diversity of good food—not everything is the sumptuous feasts of the rich and powerful—and important to world-building or character growth, even when the actual foods are distinctly unappetizing. Speaking of that… 15) Bowl of Brown In the Bottom there were pot shops along the alleys where huge tubs of stew had been simmering for years, and you could trade half your bird for a heel of yesterday’s bread and a “bowl o’ brown,” and they’d even stick the other half in the fire and crisp it up for you, as long as you plucked the feathers yourself. A… Read full this story
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