There's a certain sense of satisfaction you get when you make a dish better than anything you can get at a restaurant. When it comes to dinner food, that can be a bit difficult, as Montreal is home to a lot of amazing restaurants that serve world-class dishes.\nBreakfast/brunch is a different ball game. Don't get me wrong, Montreal has some amazing brunch spots, but in all honesty, making a breakfast dish is pretty easy in comparison to other meals. The only hitch is, when you're tired (and maybe a little hungover) and craving something carb-y and delicious, you don't really want to prepare your own meal.\nRest assured the Poutine Hash Brown Waffle by Nutmeg Nanny will be worth the effort. Taking the now-classic notion of the breakfast poutine to the next level, this dish is pure unadulterated comfort.\nAssembling the poutine-meets-waffle creation isn't all that difficult, either. The potato-waffle is quickly crafted with prepared/frozen hash browns, and if you just used pre-made or canned gravy, the hardest part will be frying the eggs.\nIf you do go the already-made gravy route, all you'll need is:\n1 bag hash browns\t1 egg\t1 cup cheese curds\t4 fried eggs\tSalt and pepper\tGravy\nThe assembly is pretty straight forward too. For anyone who wants a more detailed rundown, head to the original recipe here:\nPreheat waffle iron\tMix the egg and hash brown, adding in some salt and pepper\tPlace mixture in waffle iron and cook until golden brown and crispy.\tGenerously add cheese curds on top of waffles.\tDouse with gravy.\tAdd a fried egg.\tGorge.\nBy the end, you should have something like this.\nEnjoy everybody, and remember, calories don't count at breakfast.