I'm back...sorta. Anyhow, this is easy, fast and everything you need is probably at your local farmers market or grocery store.
1. Saute 2 pieces of bacon until brown and crisp. The bacon fat is the only oil in this dish so don't get rid of it.
2. Throw in half of a minced red onion and half of a minced jalapeno (or more to taste). Saute until onion is translucent. Add salt.
3. Throw in the kernels from one ear of corn. Cook for roughly five or so minutes.
4. Allow corn mixture to cool slightly and then add in lime juice to taste and some chopped tomato. I used one large, fist sized heirloom tomato.
5. Add some corn mixture to plate.
6. Grab a few handfuls of salad greens and add to the remaining corn mixture. With any luck, the warm corn mixture will slightly wilt the greens.
7. Adjust seasoning...lime juice, minced jalapeno and salt.
8. Add salad green/corn mixture to plate.
9. Optional. Garnish with toasted bread. I mashed up some avocado with lime and salt and used that as topping.
Time- 20 Minutes
Cost: 40 cents for avocado, 1 buck for salad greens, 1 buck for bacon, 50 cents for corn, 2 bucks for tomato, incidentals 75 cents. 'Bout $6.00, total.