After Scott’s graduation and brunch on Saturday we spent the afternoon at Joel and Kim’s house relaxing and enjoying the sun. I read for awhile then joined Todd, Scott and Todd’s dad in a game of bags.
It was a close game but Todd and I pulled through and won. Since we didn’t want to gloat we claimed the win for Team Neckers which included all present.
Eventually the afternoon led into the evening and we got hungry again.
Thankfully Kim had run into a meat salesman the day before we arrived and was swindled into buying a fridge-full of meat. That meant a celebratory barbecue for us! We had steaks, asparagus, the best (and only) potato salad I’ve ever eaten and caprese salad.
It was a delicious, robust meal. Of course a great meal should be followed up with a great dessert and this meal was no exception. Kim introduced us to her grandma’s specialty which she calls Sourpuss.
Sour Puss begins like this…
With a few turns of your spoon the separate piles of blueberries, sour cream and brown sugar turn into a sweet, creamy dessert.
I was skeptical but Kim made me a believer – Sourpuss is delicious! If you need a quick, easy (and interactive!) dessert, this is a great option.
I did a Google search for “sour puss dessert” and found nothing but when I searched “blueberries, sour cream, brown sugar dessert” and got one result. Apparently Sourpuss is known to the wide world as “Blueberries with Brown Sugar Cream“. I say that’s a lame name and I’m sticking with calling it Sourpuss.
A few glasses of wine and rounds of Apples to Apples later we were all ready to crawl into bed. So much fun can be exhausting! The next day Todd and I headed back home. It was a whirlwind trip but well worth the quick turnaround.
What desserts are staples at your family get-togethers?