This is your PTO!
This week, we are delighted to feature Scott Wildman. Scott works in the Carbone Cancer Center on campus, and his wife Katie is on the faculty in Biochemistry at UW. Scott and his family have lived in Madison for three years, and he has volunteered with the Muir PTO for the last two, notably serving as Scratch Club Coordinator. Next year, his daughter, Martha, will be moving on to Spring Harbor, but his son Thomas will be in kindergarten, just in time to keep the family at Muir for more years to come. "We enjoy the welcoming community here, and we see the strength of the school coming through in the combination of student diversity and solid performance," Scott says. "Anyone can - and should - be involved as much as they want."
Scott's favorite family-friendly recipe is for his crepes. Bon appetit - and merci, Scott!
Scott's Crepes (they're easier than you think, he says)
2 C. milk (warmed; Scott usually uses 1% but anything goes)
2 Tbs. melted butter
½ tsp. vanilla
1 ½ C. flour
1 Tbs. sugar
½ tsp salt
½ tsp baking powder
Whisk wet ingredients and sift in dry ingredients, whisking to mix thoroughly. Cook in hot skillet (1/3 C. for 12” pan), tilting pan to spread batter evenly. Cook each side until golden brown (about 30 seconds per side). Serve with berries, Nutella or jam. Scott notes that this recipe is pretty forgiving and that you can easily freeze leftover crepes and reheat them later for a yummy treat.