After much head scratching and begging suggestions, the Easter menu is set. Doug first asked for Fried Chicken. "Fried Chicken," I asked? I'm not certain what he was thinking...he said something about a Southern meal. I gently suggested beef, as not all the children enjoy lamb, and my mother-in-law does not like ham. So beef it is. Beef Tenderloin on the grill, simply seasoned with a cracked pepper beef seasoning, is always tender and delicious. Doug also suggested Twice Baked Potatoes, but then, he always does. We'll have an antipasto before, some nice wine, and the traditional Hot Milk Cake afterward.