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How can you best watch HBO's "Game of Thrones" in style... throw a party and have a feast!

FOX News Radio's Lilian Woo explains how:

To set the tone for your "Game of Thrones" feast, start with the invitations.

Instead of Facebook, think feathers... Black ones for that freshly dropped off by a raven look, scattered around paper invites rolled up like scrolls and sealed with wax.

Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, co-author of the Official Game of Thrones Cookbook has turned out dishes with, well, limited appeal.

(Cassel) "Jellied eels, a whole pig's head, we did a suckling pig for a premiere party, jellied calf's brains, honey-spiced locusts."

There, she subbed in freeze-dried crickets for lack of locust purveyors.

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If that's not your thing try the popular honeyed chicken handpie. The filling: Shredded chicken meat, butter, salt, apple cider vinegar, honey, dried currants or chopped golden raisins, chicken broth, pepper and roux. Bake, using muffin tins and discs of dough.

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Wash it down with some mulled wine .

(Cassel) "Sort of like a hot sangria."

Warm red wine, add citrus, orange juice, honey and spices to taste.

And now you are ready to party like a Lannister.

Lilian Woo, FOX News Radio.

CLICK HERE for the whole interview with Chelsea Monroe-Cassel in FOX and Food, a podcast by FOX News Radio's Lilian Woo.

CLICK HERE for more on the cookbook "A Feast of Ice and Fire".

CLICK HERE for more of the podcast "FOX and Food".

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