As soon as I got home on Saturday, I decided I would stir-fry the three little bunches of kale that I purchased at the market. After washing the leaves, removing the most bug-eaten specimens (organically raised, after all) and crisping it up in the fridge for a couple of hours, they looked incredibly appetizing just by themselves, a nice bluish green tinge and a pleasant flavor even when uncookedâ€¦ Here is the simplest of recipes, and it took no time at all. Heat up a large stainless steel pan, add some chopped bacon or pancetta and let it render its fat a bit. Add a drizzle of olive oil, some sliced onions, a few cloves of garlic and toss vigorously for about 2-3 minutes, until onions are slightly translucent. Then chop up the kale and add it to the pan and toss until wilted, no longer than 2 minutes of total cooking time for the leaves. Serve immediately. I ate mine with some brown rice and had a delicious and nutritious meal. Super easy and totally worth the effort!