I have learned so much in the smoking section I thought I would give something back
I am from South-Africa - what you refer to as a dutch oven - we know as a "potjie"
Here is a wiki link for the full description and history - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potjiekos
Anyway - lets start this.
The pot in this case is on a gas attachment - usually this is done on open coals - but the idea is the same.
It is also a round bottomed pot and has 3 legs - that helps the whole over the coals thing.
Start by chopping a onion.
Add some oil to your pot.
and fry the onions
Remove onions and set aside for later.
I used some stewing beef pieces - bone in, but you can use any cut - ox tail also works very nice
Fry that up as well, adding some salt and pepper in the process to taste
Once done, add enough water to half cover the meat.
Now get a selection of vegetables - on this case was have some whole small onions, some baby potatoes, some peeled carrot chunks, chopped green beans and some broccoli.
Add the veggies on top of the meat - I like to add the harder veggies first - like the carrots and potatoes and just layer them up.
Close the lid and set to a low heat simmer for about 2 hours.
In the mean time make a sauce - combine a packet of minestrone soup mix, 2 TBS fruit chutney, 2 TBS sugar, 2 TBS Worcestershire sauce, 3 TBS of tomato sauce and 250ml of water.
After the 2 hours is over - add the sauce, and then spread the fried onions over the top.
Cook for a further 30 min on low heat.
Serve on a bed of rice ..... mmmmmm