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potjie

(ˈpɔɪkiː)
n
South African a three-legged iron pot used for cooking over a wood fire
[Afrikaans]
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The southern hemisphere station will offer favourites such as chicken and beef skewers, lamb chops, chargrilled corn, toasties and potjiekos with pap and chakalaka, from Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
South African & Haitian potjiekos Confit of Vegetables, Black Rice, and Djondjon
She said people should look forward to potjiekos from South Africa, Indian curry dish, Setswana traditional delicacies of mokoto, seswaa, bogobe jwa lerotse and many more, as well as other signature dishes from various countries.
Our stew pot will sprout some wings to reach our next destination in South Africa for a bowl of savory South African Potjiekos, a stew that was created with a unique history.
Ambassador Saa'd Cachalia travelled across the causeway from the South African Embassy in Riyadh to join in the festivities and to judge a potjiekos cooking contest.
See Christa Rautenbach, "Mixing South African Common Law and Customary Law of Intestate Succession: 'Potjiekos' in the Making" in Esin Orucu, ed, Mixed Legal Systems at New Frontiers (London, UK: Wildy, Simmonds & Hill, 2010) 222 at 222 [Rautenbach, "Potjiekos"].
On May 19, the winner of the recently-held Potjiekos [traditional stew cooked in a cast iron] will have their recipe cooked and served to diners throughout the day.
The hearty Afrikaner favourite 'potjiekos' is another favourite, and the staple meal 'pap' has its roots in indigenous cuisine, while the Indian influence is evident in Durban speciality Bunny Chow.
South African food has global culinary influences, explains Klauber, including Indian, Thai, Dutch, Irish and Moroccan, as well as native African fare like oxtail potjiekos (stew) and biltong (dried salted beef, a local staple).
For adults, there will be a potjiekos cooking contest which will see up to 15 teams competing to see who makes the best in Bahrain.
The menu has been broken up into sections giving guests great variety and styles of cooking fish and seafood: The Plettenberg seafood soup, prawns done tempura style or ravioli with prawns & leeks, mussels steamed in beer, lobster thermidore, seafood potjiekos, fish and chips, stir fried calamari with egg noodles and for the ultimate seafood indulgence The Plettenberg Deluxe Seafood Platter.