I'm sorry. Were you expecting a recipe for the White Russian drink? That's Kahlua, vodka, and cream. This is a recipe for White Russian kale. Which is way better.
Heat 3 glugs of olive oil in a cast iron skillet.
Lay down a ham steak. This is an under appreciated but salty delicious cut of pork. You can get it smoked so all you're really doing is heating it up in the skillet. Cook for 5 minutes on each side. Then pull it out and set it aside, covered with some tin foil or a pot lid. This will let the flavors meld.
Chop 4 cloves of garlic and add to the pan.
Chop one bunch of White Russian kale. You can use Red Russian (it's more common) or even curly kale, but don't use Dino/Tuscan. The consistency is different because it's flatter and it won't hold the flavors the same.
Add the kale and let it wilt. 3 minutes is all it should take.
While the kale is wilting crack open a can of white beans. Rinse, drain, then add to the kale/garlic party in the skillet.
Add a prodigious amount of paprika.
Here you have a serving choice to make. You can chop the ham, stir it back into the skillet, and serve it as one happy bowlful of yum, OR you can plate the kale and put ham slices on top. It depends on if you're trying to impress your fellow eaters or not. Either way you should cut the ham. Heck, you could even bust out the cookie cutters and make ham shapes. If you do please send a pic :)