Gorean Shores Menu

NOTE:  Council members, Captains Emeritus and Advisors do not pay for any service

BEVERAGES

 

per serve per bottle 
PAGA or SUL-PAGA  -  served either hot or cold 1 copper tarsk N/A
KA-LA-NA  -    served chilled or room temp red wine 1 copper tarsk 3 copper tarsk
KALDA   -   a hot wine & sweet fruit juices with spices 1 copper tarsk N/A
ALE   -   served chilled or room temp in tankard or horn 1 copper tarsk N/A
MEAD  -  usually chilled or room temp in tankard or horn 1 copper tarsk N/A
RENCE BEER  acquired by the Rencers in large gourds 1 copper tarsk 3 copper per gourd
TA-WINE   -  usually chilled or room temp light wine 2 copper tarsk 6 copper tarsk
BLACK WINE  -   a hot, aromic brew - first slave or second slave 2 copper tarsk N/A
BAZI TEA   -   a hot a specialty serve for the experienced taste 2 copper tarsk N/A
TURIAN WINE  -   room temp thick and sweet 2 copper tarsk 6 copper tarsk
TURIAN LIQUEUR  -  a thicker and sweeter room temp liqueur 3 copper tarsk 10 copper tarsk
WATER Free N/A

 

SNACKS or ENTREE'S
SORP STEW - with suls & onions, or chowdered with added bosk milk for creaminess 1 copper tarsk per bowl
TAMBER GULF OYSTERS  -  served chilled and raw in opened shell  2 copper tarsk per hand
WING FISH LIVERS -  served with rence crackers or sa-tarna bread 3 copper tarsk per serve
KORT -  sliced and served with melted cheese and nutmeg sprinkled on top 2 copper tarsk per serve
SULLAGE  - soup made with suls, tur-pah and kes & an array of other delicious items 1 copper tarsk per bowl
ARCTIC GANT EGG  - frozen then peeled and eaten like a fruit 2 copper tarsk each
STUFFED MUSHROOMS -  made with seasoned ground tarsk and cheese 1 copper tarsk per hand
FRUIT PLATTER for 1 -  ramberries, tospit, ta-grapes, verr cheese and more 1 copper tarsk per plate
PARTY PLATTER  - a mountain of assorted fruits to fill a large platter to feed many 4 copper tarsk per platter
LARMA -  juicy sliced succulent fruit with or without a thick sweet syrup covering 1 copper tarsk per plate

MEALS

BOSK -  generous succulent slices straight from the spit  1 copper tarsk per serve
TARSK -  served sliced from the spit with a treat of crackling upon request 1 copper tarsk per serve
VERR  -  lean and roasted to perfection  1 copper tarsk per serve
THASSA FISH -  baked or broiled to tenderness with just a touch of bosk butter  1 copper tarsk per 2 fish
MARSH SHARK - baked pieces of boneless filets of shark steak 1 copper tarsk per serve
VOSK CARP -  strong flavored fish can be baked, fried or broiled 1 copper tarsk per fish
VULO  - roasted whole on the spit 1 copper tarsk per whole
TUMIT -  only on special occasion because of supply, seasonal 3 copper tarsk per serve
TABUK  - not always available, just ask  slightly wild flavored and chewy, seasonal 2 copper tarsk per serve
VEGETARIAN -  fried suls, kort and katch with a garnish of turian olives 1 copper tarsk per plate

All meals will be served with a Sa-Tarna Bread with bosk butter and/or honey OR Black Bread at request.
BOSK CHEESE and/or VERR CHEESE
also are available for an additional copper tarsk bit  (melted or plain, please specify at time of ordering.)

FRIED SULS WITH OR WITHOUT FRIED ONIONS can be added to your meal for an additional copper tarsk bit.

 

DESSERTS and TREATS
RAMBERRIES or TA-GRAPES -  3 footed bowl mounded with a light juicy treat 1 copper tarsk per bowl
FRUIT SALAD -  fresh fruits & melons diced into bite size delight with bosk cream atop 1 copper tarsk per bowl
ASSORTED PASTRIES OF THE DAY -   always fresh and delicious 1 copper tarsk per serve
TASTA   -   sweet, sticky and satisfying to the sweet tooth 1 copper tarsk per stick

The prices are rounded to the full coin instead of bits or pieces thereof, and no change will be given if using a coin of higher value. (Note: The use of gold tarns or coins to pay for food or drink valued at a few mere copper tarsks is considered poor taste, and the mark of a non-gorean)

If an item is not on the menu, we don't serve it.  If you have a question about something not on the menu, do not accost the tavern slave about it, but instead, inquire with one of the Captains.

Some of the items take quite a long time for the tavern slave to serve (ie. bazi tea, black wine, food preparations, etc.); only request to be served items that you have the time to stay and receive the complete serve of.  At times the tavern is very busy and the kajirae don't have the time to spare to serve one that will leave halfway through the serve.

A Look at the Gorean Shores Menu

written by penny{Kyo}

Letís take a peek at the familiar menu we all know and love , and discuss the merits of a few of the offerings. The primary beverage of any respectable paga tavern is, of course, Pagar-Sa-Tarna, or just plain paga for short. This versatile beverage is truly the drink of Warriors, and its heavy consumption noted for producing a headache that is comparable to having your head torn asunder by tarn talons.  The smooth, fermented brew is known for inducing lascivious behavior in already lusty Warriors, and it is suggested that the good silks be left at home while serving it (unless you donít mind having them ripped from your body).

Another popular beverage is ka-la-na wine, made from the fermented fruit of the ka-la-na tree.  Its characteristic deep ruby color is a delight in the goblet, and has the added benefit of stirring the passions of reluctant wenches.  This wine is particularly useful to relax a newly collared slave, and can be poured down her throat in tandem with slave wine before dragging her off for her first usage. (note: the tavern does not supply slave wine to any but its own slaves, so lusty Masters are expected to attend to this detail in their own slaves, on their own time, and from their own funds).

For a change of pace, why not try kalda? This delightful drink is a mixture of heated ka-la-na and sweet fruit juices, flavored with heavy spices.  The management of Gorean Shores strongly recommends you to try it, since the cost for this diluted wine is the same per serve as a goblet of straight ka-la-na (profit is never a bad thing).

One of the most versatile items on the menu is the sul, a deep yellow starchy root vegetable akin to an earthen potato. This tasty tuber can be sliced, diced, fried, roasted, toasted and boiled. Best of all, in its fermented form of sul paga, this nondescript produce rises in fame as a drink that can not only get you drunk, but can eat through furniture. Careful where you spill this one.

Have you ever been offered a larma? This tart fruit (the one that isnít the serving wench) may be given in offering as a display of wanton lust. Many Masters have been known to ignore this symbolic gesture out of failure to recognize its significance. Particularly heated slaves may resort to subversive tactics and could offer the fruit between her naked breasts, or perhaps clenched between her thighs. Rarely does this fail to get His attention. When all else fails, heck with subterfuge. Rape Him publicly in the tavern (and invite me to watch).

On a quiet day, a bored Master might order fresh fruit.  By the end of the serve, He will have heard every synonym for juicy and succulent that can be wrung from a handy thesaurus, and should feel a certain degree of apprehension over the explosive possibilities of the ripe fruit.  To avoid being the recipient of the torrent of juices, a prudent Master will instruct the serving kajira to feed Him, saving the headache of losing His own slave back home to an afternoon of laundering juice stains out of His tunic.  An added bonus here would be the sticky serving slave, who will need to be thoroughly cleaned before being released for her next serve.  Encourage her to drip in strategically sensitive areas. (slaves are reminded to hide all rep cloths while performing this serve).

Kajira beware the Master who orders meat of any sort in chunk form, then binds your wrists behind you.  These are good indications that He intends to play meat toss, and you and your fellow sisters will be pitted against each other in a fierce competition of squirming slave flesh.  The wagers run high as slaves leap and slither to secure each succulent morsel for themselves, at times resorting to drastic measures to knock their sisters out of competition (Masters, be sure to secure the kennel trapdoor before initiating the game).

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