When you’re famous for playing a character named Hot Pie, who works as the best baker in Westeros, is there really anything to do but launch your own Game of Thrones bakery? Actor Ben Hawkey just opened the doors to his new London-based e-bakery, perfectly named "You Know Nothing John Dough."
Ben, whose character Hot Pie loves gifting Arya Stark his Direwolf-shaped breads on GoT—and, SPOILER ALERT, returned to give Arya a snack on her journey in episode two of this season – partnered with U.K.-based delivery service Deliveroo to distribute his wolf-shaped breads ahead of the show’s July 30 episode.
For a wallet-friendly £1 (that’s about $1.60 in Canadian dollars) a pop, fans could get the wheat cornbread with orange zest – which, according to Deliveroo, is best served warm with butter – delivered right to their door.
Ontario highway sign goes from James Snow Parkway to Jon Snow Parkway https://t.co/LXDauODM05
— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) July 28, 2017
While Hot Pie made international news, his fellow Westeros citizen Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington) made headlines this week here in Canada. A Game of Thrones fan pulled off a huge prank by renaming the James Snow Parkway in Milton to the Jon Snow Parkway, complete with the Stark's wolf emblem. Police have yet to find a culprit and before fans could say "Winter is Coming" the sign was returned to normal.