Fool, is an extremely simple British dessert of cream and fruit. It's similar to the French parfait (perfect), though a parfait contains equal amounts of whipped cream and beaten egg whites which are them spooned on top of, or layered with, stewed fruit or chocolate. That is, unless you ordered a Peanut Buster Parfait from the Dairy Queen, in which you are consuming Chocolate Syrup, Peanuts, Ice Cream and Whipped cream all layered together. (yeah, not really a parfait, but I guess they thought the name was cool)
A Fool, on the other hand, is simply stewed fruit folded loosely into Whipped Cream. I say "loosely folded" because you don't want everything completely dispersed. Streaks are encouraged in this case. In fact, the more streaky, the better. It lends visual appeal to the dessert.
But enough jabber, lets get to foolin around with the Fool.
1/3 cup (75 ml) Orange Blossom Honey
a Pinch or 2 of Cinnamon
Zest and Juice of one Orange, Tangerine or Mineola (tangelo)
1 TB Gran Marnier
1 cup (235 ml) Heavy Cream
4 TB Crème Fraîche or 4 TB of Heavy Cream
2 TB Confectioners' Sugar
So take 1 lb of gloriously red Rhubarb,
In a chilled medium bowl, combine Heavy Cream, Crème Fraîche and Confectioners' Sugar.