21 responses

  1. Priyanka
    November 29, 2012

    Great dish…. nice pics

  2. Kathy H
    November 29, 2012

    That’s looks like meat-lovers heaven! Yum!

  3. sippitysup
    November 29, 2012

    Got steak? That’s way better than good morning. GREG

  4. CathyH
    November 29, 2012

    WOW! This looks amazing. Thank you again, Julie!

  5. lovetocook
    November 29, 2012

    Julie, this reminded me of some pub food we had in Whitefish MT called Black and Blue. It was blackened pieces of steak with a blue cheese dipping sauce. Amazing. Any ideas how to do this?

  6. Roxanna@WholesomeHedonist
    November 30, 2012

    I’m not much of a steak person (we eat veg most of the time, mostly because I’m too lazy/forgetful to take meat out in time and cook it,) but these look amazing. I might just have to surprise hubby with these (though probably not for breakfast :))

  7. CathyD
    November 30, 2012

    I’m sooooo making this tonight. Yum.

  8. Barb
    November 30, 2012

    That was sweet and very thoughtful of you to bring him this on your last day together!

  9. Doréus
    December 1, 2012

    Yum. And I listened with relish to that presentation last Tuesday.
    Just a note in passing. Aïoli is, by necessity, made with garlic (it comes from the French word “ail”, which means garlic). If it is not made with garlic, it is not aïoli, but some other kind of dip / mayo. Therefore, calling it “garlic aïoli” is redundant. A little like calling “chai” “chai tea”…
    Keep the cheerfulness and the yumminess coming on these Tuesday mornings.

  10. Claire D
    December 2, 2012

    Making these for sure for holiday “small crowd get togethers” – look Delish!

  11. Lisa
    December 2, 2012

    This sounds like a great appie for Christmas Eve. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Kate
    December 5, 2012

    Julie, I made this last night for dinner – it was so wonderful! The steak was tender and just perfect. I tend to usually overcook steak on the stovetop, so making cubes solved the problem for me…. yumm… Thanks for the inspiration and great recipes.

  13. Laura Clark
    December 6, 2012

    My boys are going to devour these! Bite sized morsels and a dipping sauce – what could be better? I just put in my grocery order for Rib eye…

  14. Lesley
    December 15, 2012

    Made this with aged rib eye steak from a Hutterite Colony. Absolutely wonderful, and the dipping aioli is so easy. Who knew?? Obviously everyone but me. This is a keeper of a recipe!

  15. Karen
    March 11, 2013

    We have now made steak bites (twice), once in the pan, once on the grill kabob style with peppers, onion and mushrooms and we’ve also made pork bites….this is a marinade I will never tire of….from one meat godess to another, Thank You

  16. Val
    June 8, 2013

    I have my steak marinating, my Aioli made with flavours marrying while we speak, can’t wait to eat this tonight :)

  17. Heather
    January 25, 2014

    I never comment on blogs, but I did make these last night and they were beyond perfect. I think the only difference I made is that I subbed lime for the lemon, as I figured it was for acid in the marinade and that is what I had. I also used 2, 1″ thick sirloin steaks that I cubed myself. I added 2 T butter to my pan and waited until slightly golden but not burned butter before adding my steak. I deglazed with a nice cab and wiped clean and started on a second batch. Each bite was a jucy, tender, flavor explosion and they only took a few minutes in the pan!

  18. Trent
    February 2, 2014

    Thank you!!! As an rookie in the kitchen you made me feel like a superstar for this Super Bowl party…sincerely, thank you!!!

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