banitsa with cheese

Bansko

17 (RSh) kakvì bànici ste pra pràite tùka v bànsko
(RSh) What [different] kinds of banitsa did – do you make here in Bansko?

18 (a) emi pràvime starovrɛ̀mcka bànịcà a vìkame nìe
Well, we make the [kind] we call old-fashioned banitsa,

19 (a) s orìs i sɤz zàxar i s jàjca a pa ìnače pràvime
with rice and sugar and eggs. And then we make the kind

20 (a) pa su sìrene i sàmu s jàjca
with cheese, or [even] only with eggs.

Kralevo 2

47 (VZh) klìna kàk go pràiš
And how do you make the “klin”?

48 (a) è səs ə òdvəricə ili səs sɨ̀rence təkà rəstòkuvəš listàta če
With small curds, or with cheese. So you roll out the sheets and

49 (c) [unintelligible] bànica
[unintelligible] Banitsa.

50 (a) nəràsəš sɨ̀rencetu ili pək òdvərətə nə na ud gàt
you sprinkle onto it cheese or curds,

51 (a) d’èt tvà ìməme də kàž’em kràvə
from what we have, let’s say, [from] a cow

52 (a) bànica bè bànica
Banitsa, you know? Banitsa!

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Recommended Model for Citations

Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)
Babjak 1: 13-15. In: Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)

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