RECIPE: Dino Kale Sunnyside Up
Winter kale is sweet when it grows in snow because it releases starch to stay warm. This recipe calls for a nest of crispy kale with a fried egg.
1. Grab some kale out of the
snow or off the shelf at the store or off a dusty table at your deep winter
2. Cut it up into ribbons, discarding the ribs. If it is at all
possible, get what is called "Dino" kale - so named because of its
wrinkled form. Take the ribbons of kale and drop them directly into a
fry pan of almost, but not quite smoking oil.
3. Remove after around a
minute. The kale will be almost, but not quite, brown, yet nice and crispy. Blot
to remove oil using a cloth (any old cloth, nothing special like the shroud of
Turin) and salt lightly. Fry an egg and gently place it on top of the nest of