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

Stories: Southern Food and Beverage Museum Membership Drive


Purchase a Friends and Family Membership and a copy of The World in a Skillet will be part of your membership benefits. Become a supporter of SoFAB, one of the most exciting food destinations around.

Reviews: Food Republic


“If America is still a melting pot, the southern part of the country must be cooking gumbo in that pot. With The World in a Skillet, Paul and Angela Knipple provide a fascinating account of the hands that are helping to stir the cauldron.”

Food Republic, March 23, 2012

Stories: SFA Southern Six Pack


The Southern Foodways Alliance mentions Paul and Angela’s Eatocracy piece in their weekly review of southern food news.

Southern Foodways Alliance Southern Six Pack, March 23, 2012

Stories: Becoming America


Becoming America is an excellent program offering professional development for teachers, helping them include the history and importance of immigration and multicultural populations in their curriculum. The theme of their summer institute this year is immigrants and food. Their blog discussed Paul and Angela’s The World in a Skillet as an interesting parallel to their program’s current theme.

Stories: Countours WNTI 91.9 FM

Jewels Quelly interviews Paul and Angela for Contours on WNTI 91.9 FM, Public Radio from Centenary College, Hackettstown, New Jersey.

–WNTI FM 91.9, March 25, 2012

Reviews: Amazon’s Al Dente Blog

“So much more than a cookbook, this is a must-read for anyone interested in exploring the constantly evolving culinary landscape in the most complex and compelling food regions in the world.”

Al Dente, March 28, 2012

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