Gooseberry Fool

Remove tops and stalks from two quarts of

gooseberries, boil them with three quarters of their weight in sugar,

and half a pint of cold water, until soft enough to pulp through a

sieve; then mix the pulp with a pint of milk, or cream, if a more

expensive dish is desired, and put into an earthen or glass dish to

cool; serve cold. The above quantity will cost about twenty-five cents.