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Black Butter

(Confectionary.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)

To one quart of black gooseberries put one pint of red currants, picked

into an earthen jar. Stop it very close, and set it in a pot of cold

water over the fire to boil till the juice comes out. Then strain it,

and to every pint of liquor put a pound of sugar; boil and skim it till

you think it done enough: put it in flat pots, and keep it in a dry

place. It will either turn out or cut in slices.

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