Walnut Gypsy Stew
General Anthony Wayne (1745-96) was quoted as saying he never tired of this stew. He was a famous commander during the Revolutionary War who raised a volunteer regiment in 1776. This man was a hero of the storming and capture of Stony Point on July 15, 1779. He became known as "Mad Anthony," and stopped Indian uprisings in the West of 1794."
How to Make Walnut Gypsy Stew
- Put the butter into a cast iron skillet and let it melt.
- Fry the ground veal until it is done. Stir in the flour and blend well.
- Now add the milk and stir as it heats. Add the cheese, stirring thoroughly until it is all melted. Lastly, blend in the salt, pepper and chopped walnuts. Serve while very hot.
- Note: Add any vegetables you want.