This one is easy for the Pros. We love breakfast here especially on the weekends. How do you do your potatoes for Breakfast? Country Fries, Hash Browns, Fried Potatoes? Please also share your methods. I have tried to cook hash browns from scratch, I'm sure if I put a bit of learning effort I could find the correct procedures, but it is a lot of work. Because this is easy and quick, I pan fry washed cubed potatoes skin on. • non-stick frying pan, enough butter for the amount of potatoes your cooking (no oil) • While the butter is melting I season the butter with Johnny Garlic Spread Seasoning, • Add potatoes, Season with Montreal Steak seasoning (not a lot) (I have some I have ground to a finer grind), fresh ground blk pepper, kosher salt, more Garlic Seasoning,a bit of Italian seasoning, then enough Emeril's Essence to coat the surface of the potatoes with red spotty color. Toss the pan a few times. • Cook a few minutes and toss, you want at least 2 side or more of each potato cube crisp • As potatoes get crisp and tender, taste and adjust the seasoning. (You want a bit spicy but not overly spiced). • Garnish with some chopped parsley. Avg cook time 25 minutes. When eating you know the seasoning is right when the spices are still lightly dancing in your mouth, again not strong. Optional, • when serving a few dashes of Parmesan cheese • or with paper towel grease a pan with butter (very ver thin coat), add fried potatoes to pan 1 layer deep add fresh grade cheddar or montrey or 50/50 and some parmesan, another layer more cheese top with cheese. Oven 300º cook until cheese is melted. Thats right no onion, just potatoes and seasoning. I want to taste a fried potato with a bit of crispness and some earthy seasoning. Now just top with two Eggs over easy, some sausage or bacon on the side, and that runny yoke over and through the taters, yum, yum, yum. Why no onion? When growing up my dad would make fried potatoes, they were usually not cooked enough and always had onions, all I could ever taste was the onions, and it wasn't pleasant. The last thing my dad every cooked for me was fried potatoes and eggs before we went fishing, and the potatoes were thick with onions.