What is your favorite Beinarian food?
So you've visited planet Beinan and tried all the delicious goodies. What food was your favourite?
Do you like sweets?
Which of these is your favourite?
Mead, ale, wine, champagne, or soda?
What is your favourite part of a wedding?
How often do you eat healthy?
Resembling Italian-American cannoli, slatkos have baked pastry tube shells filled with a fruit filling. As with cannoli on Earth, slatko pastry shells may be iced on the edges, dusted with candies or sprinkles, or made in any number of different flavours. The filling on slatkos may use any number of different fruits and combination of fruits representing the breath of Beinarian agriculture.
A famous and popular sweet breakfast waffle from the city of Belarn in Dong-Nan Fang known for its high fiber and high protein content and typically served with simple fruit jams and sometimes a Beinarian version of whipped crème. A properly made Belarian waffle is over one inch thick.
A Beinarian crustacean with twelve legs resembling a cross between a lobster and a crab. Most adult raks average from 12.5 to 20 inches long, but deep ocean raks can grow as large as 30 inches from head to tail. The raks most commonly noticed on Beinarian beaches reach 15 to 17.5 inches long as adults.
A fruit found in Xi-Nan Fang and Dong-Nan Fang noted for its sweetness and high nutritional value and tasting like a cross between a black berry and a lingonberry.
Elegant, delicious, and the must-serve beverage at weddings, you love the classics, especially when chocolate is involved.
Unlike Earthly versions, all Beinarian cocoa drinks have a subtle hint of minty goodness. Yum!