Category Archive: Stories

Stories: The Birmingham News

Bob Carlton of the Birmingham News interviews Paul and Angela about their upcoming visit to Birmingham for the Eat Drink Read Write Festival where they will talk about The World in a Skillet. —The Birmingham News, September 7, 2012

Stories: The Birmingham News

The Birmingham News calls Paul and Angela “Southern food advocates” in a story about the Eat Drink Read Write Festival at which Paul and Angela will appear on September 11. —The Birmingham News, August 10, 2012

Stories: WWNO Louisiana Eats

The brilliant and gracious Poppy Tooker interviews Paul and Angela. —Louisiana Eats, WWNO, August 8, 2012

Stories: Alabama’s 13

Paul and Angela return to Birmingham to appear on Alabama’s 13 to discuss The World in a Skillet and excellent Chinese food from Mr. Chen’s. Alabama’s 13, July 27, 2012

Stories: Virginia Willis

Paul and Angela’s wonderful friend Virginia Willis talks about them in her newsletter. She is very insightful because Henry Grady and his concept of the “New South” played a huge role in the early drafts of The World in a Skillet. —Virginia Willis E-mail Newsletter, April 2012

Stories: Winston-Salem Journal

Michael Hastings writes about The World in a Skillet for the Winston-Salem Journal. —Winston-Salem Journal, April 25, 2012

Stories: Southern Living’s Tales from the Road

Jessica Cox interviews Paul and Angela during a book tour stop at Alabama Booksmith in Birmingham, Alabama. —Tales from the Road, April 20, 2012

Stories: Around Cincinnati

David Delegator interviews Paul for the radio program “Around Cincinnati.” —Around Cincinnati, WXVU 91.9 FM, April 15, 2012

Stories: Knoxville News Sentinel

Mary Constantine of the Knoxville News Sentinel interviews Paul and Angela about their inspiration and about the future of immigrants and the South. —Knoxville News Sentinel, April 18, 2012

Stories: Symbol of the South

Bill Daley of the Chicago Tribune interviews Paul and Angela and their dear friend Virginia Willis for a story on cast iron skillets. The Tribune also included their pastel de choclo recipe. —Chicago Tribune, April 18, 2012

Page 1 of 3123