Bogobe refers to a thick version of sorghum or corn meal porridge which is consumed in Bostwana for midday meals and accompanied by a stew of meat and/or cabbage, spinach, wild greens, or beans. Bogobe is one of the traditional and a popular dishes in Botsawana that is usually made from sorghum (a type of local grain), but may also be made from maize or millet. It is mostly served at breakfast, closely resembling porridge. However, it may also appear on the lunch or evening, with a texture that is not far from mashed potatoes. A meat or tomato-based relish usually accompanies Bogobe.