Soul Men | High South

Mollie Catherine Mullis

Mollie Catherine Mullis

Join Soul Men of the High South - Case Dighero, Steven Brooks - as they welcome MOLLIE MULLIS of Oven and Tap in Bentonville, Arkansas to discuss the many virtues of Ina Garten, falling in love with food in Colorado, why simple ingredients make the BEST ingredients, and what it’s like to be a strong woman thriving in the often times misogynistic restaurant world - “Usually Provocative, Always Delicious”

Casey Letellier

Join Soul Men of the High South - Case Dighero, Steven Brooks - as they welcome Casey Letellier of Ivory Bill Brewing Company in Siloam Springs, Arkansas to discuss growing up in Minnesota, the profound virtues of the Flaming Lips, recognizing the parallels between Arkansas drinking culture and the habitat of the elusive Ivory Billed Woodpecker, and caring for the fragile, delicate hops that make the perfect India Pale Ale - “Usually Provocative, Always Delicious”

Preston 'Stu' Stewart

Join Soul Men of the High South - Case Dighero, Steven Brooks - as they welcome chief chocolate officer Preston "‘Stu” Stewart of Markham & Fitz in Bentonville, Arkansas to discuss cocoa as a super food, traversing customers with chocolate fetish, impromptu accent disorder, and the important styles of hairnets - “Usually Provocative, Always Delicious”

Emily Lawson

Join Soul Men of the High South - Case Dighero, Steven Brooks - as they welcome cocktail, cultural visionary Emily Lawson of Pink House Alchemy in Fayetteville, Arkansas to discuss financial discrimination against women, natural world inspiration, community advocacy, evolving the modern male, and using the word “DOPE” responsibly - “Usually Provocative, Always Delicious”

Matt Cooper

                  Matt Cooper

Join Soul Men of the High South - Case Dighero, Steven Brooks - as they welcome chef Matthew Cooper of Preacher’s Son in Bentonville, Arkansas to discuss all things food, creativity, arguing with your father, and family of origin - “Usually Provocative, Always Delicious”

Jason Paul

Enjoy an hour of the Soul Men of the High South - Case Dighero, Steven Brooks - as they welcome chef, visionary Jason Paul of Heirloom at the 1907 to discuss all things food, personal hygiene, alternative vessels for creativity, and removing confederate soldiers from southern town squares - “Usually Provocative, Always Delicious”