The creamed chipped beef ($8.95) was served over either biscuits, toast, or hash browns. We chose biscuits which, like their sweet counterpart the cinnamon roll, are absolutely enormous. The two split housemade biscuits swam in the smooth and creamy white sauce with plenty of the salty meat pieces throughout. Though it appeared to be pricey at $19.95, the Sweet Baby Jesus was worth every penny. Grated hash browns, covered with melted cheddar cheese, line a substantially sized plate and are topped with diced tomato, poached eggs, hollandaise, and a more-than-generous amount of lump crab meat, then seasoned with Old Bay. Points to the kitchen for the heavy hand with the local seasoning.