Saute thinly sliced garlic in a bit of olive oil. Add broccoli florets when the garlic softens. When the broccoli is mostly cooked through, add cooked bacon pieces (cut in 1/2" sized pieces) and frying cheese cut in bite-size cubes. Cook for one minute more, adding a splash of water to the pan if needed. It's easier cooking the bacon ahead of time so the excess grease can be drained- this is, after all, a vegetable dish.
Frying cheese can be found at most bodegas in New York and at Latin grocery stores. This was my first time working with it- the mild flavor and sturdy, non-melty structure is well suited to the other ingredients. I'm a bit skeptical of cheese that doesn't melt, but it was fun to try something different. My ears will always perk up at the mention of fried cheese- that's what having Sconie roots is all about.