Friday, January 27, 2012

Week of January 27...News Flash!!!

thOur Sunshine Farm Girl Co-op roaming reporter bringing us news from sunny Deltona, FL....highs 80 lows 56....the trees are dropping their leaves and the grass is on the lookout for sudden drops in temperature when you least expect it!!!

Snowflake: Welcome readers to this weeks news flash from our roaming reporter Sunshine! What do you have for us this week Sunshine?

Sunshine: Howdy Folks! I'd like to introduce you to this weeks featured co-op team member: Janna of Sunshine Sister's Let's give her a warm farm girl welcome!

Janna has a lovely shop filled with custom housewares and gifts made with precision. I can boast of the many items she has made for me and that I've given to family and friends that have the mark of a very dedicated seamstress! All of her items come labeled and wrapped in a very professional manner. She always sends a note thanking you for your order and how to reorder with her web address on very attractive matching business cards.

You can visit Janna''s shop at: and on our website at:

Snowflake: Anymore great news for us Sunshine?

Sunshine: Why of course! Be sure to check out our calendar of events for this week's fun online craft show event taking place tomorrow on Etsyland! Plus, I have our wonderful scripture of the week to share with our members.

"Remember, now, your Grand Creator in the days of your young manhood (womanhood)".—Eccl. 12:1.

This is a great reminder to teach our children from an early age about our great God and all his wonderful works. 

Snowflake: Yeehaw!!! That was some great news Sunshine! Do you have a recipe for us?

Sunshine: Sure do! How about a great pie recipe to celebrate pie month in February!
Fruit Custard Pie-Gluten Free

Ingredients: 2 cups organic fruit (fresh or frozen)
1 9 inch gluten free pie crust
1 tbsp. gluten free flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup xylitol, agave or fructose
1 cup organic coconut milk, unsweetened
3 large organic eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract, gluten free

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Place fruit in pie crust. In a medium bowl mix flour with baking soda and sweetener, gradually add milk, stirring until smooth.
Whisk in the eggs and vanilla until blended; pour mixture over fruit.
Bake for 15 minutes on 400. Then bake on 350 degrees for 35 minutes or until knife comes out clean. Cool and serve!

Snowflake: Be sure to tune in later this week for our eco-friendly craft tips and projects Sunshine will have for us!Same co-op time! Same co-op blog!

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