Blackberry Fool

... Blackberry Fool. Blackberry fool i$ a favourite sweet, as it gives the flavour the berries in perfection, without their seeds. To make enough for four people you will require lib. blackberries, pint custard (made in the ordinary way. but rather thin) ...

BLACKBERRY FOOL

... BLACKBERRY FOOL The season of blackberries reminds me of another superstition. I wonder how many people in Lincoln have heard that blackberries should not ea»en after Michaelmas, tor It said that the Devil, remembering defeat Heavenly battle, hides among ...

Published: Friday 19 September 1930
Newspaper: Lincolnshire Echo
County: Lincolnshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 45 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY FOOL,

... BLACKBERRY FOOL, REQUIRED: lib. blackberries. pint of cu.-tard made in the ordinary way. or alxuif sixpennyworth of cream, sugar. (For four persons.) Wash the blackberries in a colander, place in a pan. add suuar to taste, and barely cover with water ...

Published: Monday 26 September 1932
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 92 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY FOOL

... BLACKBERRY FOOL Stew together gently until the fruit is very tender, 1 lb. of ripe blackberries, 6 oz. sugar, and pint of water, then press through a sieve while hot. Let the blackberry pulp get quite cold, then gradually add to pint thick cold custard ...

Published: Wednesday 04 September 1935
Newspaper: Falkirk Herald
County: Stirlingshire, Scotland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 513 | Page: 9 | Tags: none

Blackberry Fool

... Blackberry Fool Blackberry fool is a favourite sweet, because it gives the flavour of the berries in perfection, without their seeds. To make a blackberry fool for about four people you will require lib. of blackberries, i-pint of custard—(made in the ...

Published: Monday 04 September 1933
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 127 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY FOOL

... BLACKBERRY FOOL. lib. blackberries, quarter-pint of milk, sugar taste. Method: —Stew the blackberries, and when quite soft pass through sieve- Sweeten taste, and stir in the milk. Serve with biscuits. BOTTLED BLACKBERRIES. Place the berries (very dry) ...

BLACKBERRY FOOL

... BLACKBERRY FOOL 15 ml (1 tbsp) custard powder. 15 ml ( I tbsp) caster sugar. 300 ml (1 pint) fresh skimmed milk. 150 ml (1 pint) low fat plain yogurt, Mix the custard powder and sugar together with a little of the milk to a smooth paste. Heat the remaining ...

Published: Thursday 30 July 1987
Newspaper: Mansfield & Sutton Recorder
County: Nottinghamshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 98 | Page: 16 | Tags: none

BLACKBERRY FOOL

... BLACKBERRY FOOL. Make a gad egg custard and allow ace pound of blackberries to a pint of the custard. The blackberries should be stewed. but should not be too liquid. Mix the custard and fruit together in • basin. Put through a hair sieve and beat in ...

BLACKBERRIES and MUSHROOMS

... the funnel while the pie is cooking and will fall back into the pie when it cools. Blackberry fool is simple to make, and easy to serve in attractive manner. BLACKBERRY FOOL Ingredients. 2 lb. blackberries pt. boiled custard J lb. of apples Juice of one ...

Published: Sunday 01 September 1929
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 749 | Page: 92 | Tags: Photographs 

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE

... strain them into a basin. Add the gelatine and balf-a-pint of whipped cream. Turn into mould and leave until quite cold. blackberry fool. Make a good custard and allow one pound of blackberries to pint the custard. The blackberries should be stowed, but not ...

Children's Pudding

... firmly with a plate, and put a weight on top. Turn out when cold and serve with custard, junket or cream. Blackberry Fool To make blackberry fool, stew a pound of blackberries with sugar to taste, and when cold press the fruit only through sieve to free ...

Published: Friday 09 September 1932
Newspaper: Daily Herald
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 124 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

WHAT TO DO WITH BLACKBERRIES

... strain them into a basin. Add the gelatine and half-a-pint of whipped cream. Turn into mould and leave until quite cold. BLACKBERRY FOOL. Make a good custard and allow one pound of blackberries to pint of the custard. The blackberries should be stewod, but ...

Published: Saturday 22 September 1934
Newspaper: Shipley Times and Express
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 352 | Page: 6 | Tags: none