steak au poivre
[ stek oh pwav-ruh; English steyk oh pwah-vruh, pwahv ]
/ stɛk oʊ ˈpwav rə; English ˈsteɪk oʊ ˈpwɑ vrə, ˈpwɑv /
noun, plural steaks au poivre [stek oh pwav-ruh; English steyks oh pwah-vruh, pwahv] /stɛk oʊ ˈpwav rə; English ˈsteɪks oʊ ˈpwɑ vrə, ˈpwɑv/ French.
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Origin of steak au poivre
literally, steak with pepper
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