Its been a few years since weve seen Arya Starks fan-favorite traveling companions on Game of Thrones, and while Gendry is probably still rowing, Hot Pie is moving up and starting his own bakerywell, sort of.
Thanks to Deliveroo (a U.K.-based food delivery service), Hot Pieor rather actor Ben Hawkey, who played him in the showis finally getting his chance to showcase his baking. To celebrate the start of Game of Thrones seventh season, theyre opening a bakery called You Know Nothing, Jon Dough for a limited time. Soon enough, youll be able to get your hands on one of Hot Pies famous Direwolf loaves.
Hot Pies Direwolf loaves are a favourite for Game of Thrones fans, and people are always asking me for the secret of my recipe, Hawkey said in a statement. I cant share that, but Deliveroo customers will have the chance to try them themselves. You dont even need to take a dangerous walk down the Kings Road to visit, it comes to you…
Hot Pie has become quite the baker since we last saw him on Game of Thrones. While Arya loved how his first attempt at making a Direwolf-shaped loaf for House Stark tasted, his presentation leftplenty of room for improvement.
His second attempt was much more sophisticated. He was able to hand it over to Brienne of Tarth for safekeeping in season 4 after Brienne and Podrick Payne stopped by the inn where he worked.
The third batch look even better. According to Deliveroo, the loaves are whole wheat cornbread with orange zest and are best served slightly warm with soft butter. And theyre affordable too, at just 1.00 apiece.
Hot Pies loaves are only available for a limited time only through Deliveroo starting on July 17 at 6pm BST. It isnt a physical pop-up bakery, but you can search for it by typing in You Know Nothing, Jon Dough in the Deliveroo app.
Arya never got her second Direwolf loaf, but now fans will be able toput Hot Pie’sloaves to good use.