Put some gooseberries into a saucepan with very little water, when
they are soft, pulp them through a sieve, and add several well-beaten
yolks of eggs, and sweeten with white sugar; have ready a shape of
biscuit ice, or any other cream ice that may be preferred, take off a
thick slice of the ice from the top carefully, and without breaking,
so that it may be replaced on the ice. Scoop out a large portion of
the ice which may be mixed with the gooseberry cream, and fill the
hollow with it. Cover the shape with the piece that was removed and
serve. This is an elegant dish, the ice should be prepared in a round
mould--brown-bread ice is particularly well adapted to a Juditha.

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