From Juliette Elkon's A Belgian Cookbook. Posted for ZWT 7.
Don't worry about the alcohol used to prepare this dish, it will have burned off during the cooking.
The cooking time includes the 1 hour marinating time.
While staying with us, our friend Gerson, from Namibia talked about having this at every meal. Needless to say, while he was here in the United States he put on a pound or two. I really miss him!
This recipe is an adaptation of an African staple food, served at every meal to help stretch the meats and vegetables.
In Namibia, this dish could also be prepared with cassava. You can make this with water instead of milk, or you can try substituting equal parts tapioca flour for the corn meal.
A Potjie is a South African Stew type meal cooked in a large three legged pot over coals. It is often cooked as port of a social gathering in much the same way as BBQs are. These are awesome to have while camping too.