This old fashioned dessert form the motherland of England is made of cooked pureed fruit that is strained, chilled and folded into whipped cream. The fruit mixture may or may not be sweetened. I guess depending on the fruit you use. It is traditional made from gooseberries but any fruit may be substituted. It may assist other fruits that are not popular due to their sour or acidic taste like the rhubarb fruit as pictured. The exact reason why the word “fool” is used is known but heck, makes a perfect posting for April Fool’s day!