I was lucky enough to visit the newly opened Molly’s Arena. A Japanese-style arcade where you can sit down and have ramen and Mochi ice cream while playing the most epic arcade games. And even better, fly loops in an air plane in VR. So if you need some more convincing to drop by this Arcade, let me tell you about why you need to go there ASAP.
Fill your belly at The Inn at the Crossroads
For the main course of your Christmas dinner you need something really special to surprise your hungry guests. We didn’t have to think long about this one since Blizzard recently published the official World of Warcraft cookbook. A book written by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel. Maybe that name rings a bell. Because she is the owner of The Inn at the Crossroads. This is the
Minecraft Mushroom stew
After eating the Pumpkin Pasties you are probably stuffed. Time for a light meal in between dishes. It’s pretty cold outside, so something hot for your tummy would be nice. Guess it’s time for some hot soup. To restore our hunger we are going to serve Minecraft Mushroom stew, or soup. This seems like a good use for an old time favourite ingredient: the mushroom!
Harry Potter Pumpkin pasties
It is important that a starter is not too heavy on the stomach and that it stirs the appetite. Like our previous Game of Thrones recipe Christmas Dinner 1: Night’s Watch Hot Mulled Wine we are going to use cinnamon. But this time we are going to mix it up with pumpkin. The tasty appetizer that is served during our geeky food fest is called ‘Harry Potter Pumpkin pasties’. Here is some Harry Potter knowledge for you. Pumpkin pasties are a wizarding food sold by the Honeydukes Express on the Hogwarts Express.
Night’s Watch Hot Mulled Wine
In this series we are going to put together the ultimate Christmas dinner. Why? So you can dine in style of course. But before we start with some geeky recipes for food we are going to talk about what to drink. In this article specifically we want to underline the importance of a good glass of wine. It is said that wine is very popular amongst the nobility, whereas the smallfolk prefer beer or ale. At the Wall, the brothers of the Night’s Watch drink hot mulled wine, spiced with cloves and nutmeg. In our opinion, the Night’s Watch hot mulled wine is the perfect drink to serve to your guests, nobility or not. So let’s start the evening with a glass that smells like winter.