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still would rather try it out with a group that doesn't mind spicy as opposed to my kids which won't even eat red baron's pizza because the sauce is too tangy.

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It's pretty mild, PG. I've fed to zillions of picky kids and I've never had a complaint about it being too spicy.

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might have to make that on one of the trips to the in-laws when I'm making brunch. Trooper would love it, but doesn't make sense to make it here at home when the kids and I couldn't handle the spices :(

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I should add...

If you do it in a stainless steel pan (as opposed to non-stick), the spices will stick at first - use a spatula and scrape them continuously off the bottom - after around 5 minutes they won't stick anymore and will crisp up nicely.

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Another staple in our kitchen is Penzyey's Turkish seasoning.

That's the best thing to happen to wild pheasant since the invention of the shotgun.

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I think it is in most people's kitchens.

But that's not what they do with it in Montreal....

en.wikipedia.o rg/wiki/Montreal-style_smoked_meat

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Thanks VA- I did find it. I love crispy brown fried potatoes. Just a quick trip to Montreal to get some Montreal Steak Spice and I'm in business.

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Montreal Steak Spice is one of the staples in our spice collection.

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Rather than bump "Recipe Sharing"....

Mr. VA's Super Awesome Breakfast Potatoes

In a medium sized pan, put in 1/2 a stick of butter. Warm the pan just enough to melt it. Then add 3 tbsp Montreal Steak Spice, 1 tsp crushed rosemary, 1/4 tsp ground cayenne pepper, and parsley (fresh if you have it). Mix it around while melted, but not hot.

Cut ~4 medium sized (about 1 pound) of yukon gold potatoes into ~1/2-3/4 inch cubes, skins on. Add it to the butter and coat everything. Then turn the burner on hi, cooking and mixing - a lot - until the potatoes begin to show signs of being cooked, then turn the burner to med-high and keep cooking until they are nice and crispy. Scoop the potatoes out and drain on paper towels for a couple of minutes, then serve.

I think I probably get more sex because of the breakfast I serve the next morning than because of my bedroom skills.

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Now I gotta do a search....

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he put it in the recipe thread at one point...

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