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Steak Diane is a classic from Cafe Society in the 50

Steak Diane is a classic from Cafe Society in the 50's, a sirloin steak, pounded thin with a super sauce - takes a minute to make too!

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Try this delicious and creamy Steak Diane and veggies recipe for a perfect dine.

Try this delicious and creamy Steak Diane and veggies recipe for a perfect dine.

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Going retro with Steak Diane and a cognac crean sauce!

Going retro with Steak Diane and a cognac crean sauce!

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Steak Diane

Steak Diane

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{recipe} Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus. The perfect dip for your veggies, chips and crackers.

{recipe} Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus. The perfect dip for your veggies, chips and crackers.

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These homemade potato chips are perfect for dipping!

These homemade potato chips are perfect for dipping!

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Gorgeous Conchas - mexican pastries at Food Blogger Camp.

Gorgeous Conchas - mexican pastries at Food Blogger Camp.

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Steak Diane -- the classic dish of steak with a rich mustard cream sauce.  The perfect easy company dish!

Steak Diane -- the classic dish of steak with a rich mustard cream sauce. The perfect easy company dish!

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Diane

Diane's Sweet Heat strawberry habanero jam tops vanilla ice cream.

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Steak Diane.  The perfect sauce for a perfect steak.

Steak Diane. The perfect sauce for a perfect steak.

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R2R March Recipe, vegetarian style.  Portobello Diane:  Flambeed Portobello Caps with a Cremini Cream Sauce.

R2R March Recipe, vegetarian style. Portobello Diane: Flambeed Portobello Caps with a Cremini Cream Sauce.

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Steak Diane Flambe - March Challenge Recipes to Rival

Steak Diane Flambe - March Challenge Recipes to Rival

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Steak Diane. This widely popular dish seemingly comes from the annals of French culinary tradition. Perhaps even as far back as the middle ages.

Steak Diane. This widely popular dish seemingly comes from the annals of French culinary tradition. Perhaps even as far back as the middle ages.

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