News

Cara Cu Vin (aka Carni Cu Yin)

Ingredients: 1 lb. top round beef, cut in 1 1/2 inch cubes 1 stick of butter 1/2 cup flour 1/2 cup red wine 1/4 tsp. …

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Kadaifi

Layer ingredients: 1 lb. kadaifi, shredded 1 lb. butter, melted 1 lb. walnuts, finely chopped Syrup ingredients: 2 1/4 cups sugar 3 1/2 cups water …

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Maia’s Pita di Spinaku Recipe

Note: This is reprinted as it appeared in the Global Feast Cookbook, published by Mystic Seaport Museum in 1994 and edited by Annice Estes. We are members of …

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Recipes

Vicki Balamaci’s Cheese Corn Bread (Pispilita)

Folklore tells us that variations of this recipe were enjoyed by Balkan shepherds of yesteryear. INGREDIENTS 3 boxes of corn muffin mix 1 1/4 sticks …

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From the Editor: Looking Back at Thirty Years of Publication

 It’s hard to believe we’ve been publishing The Newsletter of The Society Farsarotul on and off for 30 years. We wrote then: “We hope that …

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The War of Numbers and its First Victim: The Aromanians in Macedonia (End of 19th – Beginning of 20th century)

Our long-time responsibility has been to count ourselves, to know how many of us there are. –N. Batzaria At present, we know that the latest …

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The Aromanians and Imro

The Macedonian revolutionary national-liberation movement, organized and led by the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (IMRO) has long provoked the interest of contemporaries and scholars of …

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Titsi Shi Cum Eara Internats Armãnjlji Di Crushuva Tu Chiroli a Protlui Polim Mundial?

Tu mesi a etãljei XIX Crushuva s-developã tu un di nai ma avutili locuri tu Machidunii. Di ispeti ca s-afla aproapea di metropola a Vilaetlu di …

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My Immigration to America

To be or not to be an Aromanian?! To hide or to openly declare your Aromanian nationality?! To help a little bit for the recognition …

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The Aromanian Question: Lessons of a Bloody History

Mastermind of the systematic persecution of the Aromanian population of Albania was himself the leader of the Communist Party of this country:  the communist dictator, …

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Aromanian Traditional Music: An Introduction

Aromanian traditional music is just my music!  When I was a kid, the first songs I heard from my parents, were exactly Aromanian traditional songs!  …

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Connecticut Premiere of First Feature Film Ever Made in Aromanian

Connecticut Premiere of First Feature Film Ever Made in Aromanian The Society Farsarotul was proud to sponsor this event on June 7, 2014, at the …

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Preserving Aromanian (Vlach)

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This article is a reflection of many journeys taken to dozens of Vlach villages in Thessaly, Epirus, and Macedonia. It is not concerned with Vlach …

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Romanian Parliament: Vlachs Are Romanians, Not Vlachs

In April 2005, the Aromanian Community in Romania (ACR) started the procedure for obtaining the status of a national minority for the Aromanians in Romania. …

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Community News

Just as we were going to press, we learned that Aromanian tennis prodigy Simona Halep, ranked number 19 in the world, who recently won the …

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The Recent History of the Aromanians in Romania

EDITOR’S NOTE: Of all the Newsletters we have published in our 24 years, this issue may very well be the most important, because it contains …

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The Recent History of the Aromanians in Southeast Europe

The aim of this article is to draw an identification “map” of the Aromanians in Southeast Europe.  In so doing, we have tried to take …

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Vlach-speaking Vocal Music in the Western Balkans: An Introductory Note

Vlach speaking vocal music participates in the wider context of the musical tradition of the Pindus mountain range in Western Greece and generally in the …

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From the Editor: The End of an Illusion

Of all the Newsletters we have published in our 24 years, this issue may very well be the most important, because it contains 3 remarkable …

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Community News

We continue to receive interesting materials for our archives from our members.  Recently Pete Costulas mailed us a letter that the Society Farsarotul sent out …

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