Country Gal Corral

 

Join author and speaker, Brenda Black, each week as she swings wide the gate and invites you to circle up at the Country Gal Corral. It’s a place to share life and all of its beautiful, often unpredictable blessings from God! It’s all about country livin’, good eatin’, hot topics, cool fun, and a whole lot of down home philosophy. We hope you’ll wander by where the gate’s open and ready for company.

Country Gal Corral can be heard each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on Ag 1280. Each show will air at 9:35 a.m. and also at 3:35 p.m. Plus you can listen to recently aired segments right here.

 

Brenda’s Weekly Recipes

Savory Peanut Butter Dip

Deer Camp Egg Casserole

Taco Soup

Savory Chicken Crescents

Pumpkin Bars

Layered Southwestern Cornbread Salad

Heath Bar Cake

Cafe Mocha

Fresh Tomato Salsa

Old-Fashioned Apple Pie

Beef Stroganoff in the Crockpot

Stuffing Topped Chicken

Eclipse Eclair

Spicy Beef Dip

Zucchini Fritters

Skillet Fried Corn

 

Country Gal Corral Archived Shows

November 20 – Thankful for American Agriculture

 

November 17 – A Day to Dare

 

November 15 – Savory Peanut Butter Dip

 

November 13 – Peanut Butter Possibilities

 

November 10 – A Long Lonely Walk Away

 

November 8 – Deer Camp Egg Casserole

 

November 6 – Oh Deer

 

November 3 – Lesson From a Leaf

 

November 1 – Taco Soup

 

October 30 – One More Day to Talk Turkey

 

October 27 – Images of October

 

October 25 – Savory Chicken Crescents

 

October 23 – Play Ball

 

October 20 – Attack of the 4-lb. Frozen Chicken

 

October 18 – Pumpkin Bars

 

October 16 – Your Help in the Harvest

 

October 13 – No Cause for Fear This Friday

 

October 11 – Layered Southwestern Cornbread Salad

 

October 9 – A Month of Ironies in a Week of Pet Peeves

 

October 6 – Pastor Appreciation

 

October 4 – Heath Bar Cake

 

October 2 – A Four Way Salute to 4H

 

September 29 – A Teacher’s Tangible Influence

 

September 27 – Cafe Mocha

 

September 25 – Appleseed Sensibility

 

September 22 – The Mundane Task of Maters

 

September 20 – Fresh Tomato Salsa

 

September 18 – A Fashion Statement

 

September 15 – Thursday’s Child

 

September 13 – Old-Fashioned Apple Pie

 

September 11 – Thank God for Grandparents

 

September 8 – A Heavenly Lesson

 

September 6 – Beef Stroganoff in the Crockpot

 

September 4 – Community in Tragedy

 

September 1 – The Ring of Liberty

 

August 30 – Stuffing Topped Chicken

 

August 28 – Hats Off

 

August 25 – Discerning Learning

 

August 23 – Eclipse Eclair

 

August 21 – In the Dark

 

August 18 – Get Ready for Total Eclipse Monday

 

August 16 – Spicy Beef Dip

 

August 14 – A Salute to the Dog Days of Summer

 

August 11 – State Fair Wear

 

August 9 – Zucchini Fritters

 

August 7 – Z is for Zucchini

 

August 4 – Star Gazing

 

August 2 – Skillet Fried Corn

 

 

 

Older Archived Shows

 

About Brenda Black

Brenda Black is an inspirational speaker, author, columnist and publicist with more than 2,500 published works. She owns and operates “The Word’s Out.” Her news, feature, editorial and devotional articles consistently appear in regional magazines and newspapers and in Ag industry and Christian publications nation-wide. She is the author and editor of several books, including Were You Born in a Barn – 2nd Edition, released in 2015. Actively involved in agriculture as a beef cattle farmer with her husband Alan, Brenda also is an advocate for farming families statewide. She is a past president of the Missouri CattleWomen’s Association, and was doubly honored in 2013 as the “Missouri Cattle Woman of the Year” and the first Missouri State Fair’s “Woman in Ag of the Year.” Brenda recently fulfilled simultaneous roles on the national scene as the Region 3 Representative to the American National CattleWomen’s Communications Committee for five years and served six years on the national Cattlemen’s Beef Board, appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. In 2014, Brenda was selected as one of three women to represent the CBB at the USDA Agriculture Outlook Forum in Washington, DC. Her favorite focus, however, is working alongside her pastor husband, lovingly ministering to a rural congregation near Deepwater, Mo. They have two grown sons, Austin and Cooper, and one daughter-in-LOVE, Laura. Brenda volunteers as a Sunday School Teacher and a member of the Ohio Christian Church worship team and is blessed to lift up the burdens of many through prayer and encourage others with genuine care.

 

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