The talents and exceptional products of an expert Montana chef have caught the eye of a nationally distributed cooking show.

Chef Shelly Meyer began cooking professionally in 2000, doing catering for elite clientele in the Arabian Horse Industry. In fact, she once cooked an upscale plated dinner successfully for 75 people, in a horse barn, with only a portable grill. Shelly says it’s times like those that teach you how to handle any adversity and find solutions to challenges.

In 2005, Shelly and husband Brad opened Bradley O’s Steakhouse in her hometown of Hamilton. After 10 years, they retired from the brick-and-mortar restaurant. But part of its legacy was a wildly popular steak seasoning created by Brad. And in 2020, Shelly began commercially manufacturing her Made In Montana seasoning blends. She has a passion for the great outdoors and creates spice blends inspired by a true love of food.

Montana Flavor 2 Savor spices are successfully sold wholesale to multiple Montana retailers, and nationwide through their website. Receiving rave reviews, Chef Shelly has been a private chef for some notable clientele: business moguls, movie stars, professional athletes and others. Shelly cooks mainly wild game at home that’s harvested by her husband. She developed a vast array of flavors and techniques that pair best with game. .

Chef Shelly has also been honing her craft on the TV screen for the past year or so on her own YouTube channel cooking shows, and this very week (Tuesday, May 17) a crew from Eat This TV will be in her Bitterroot Valley kitchen, filming an episode that will air in the next two to three weeks.

Eat This TV is a social media cooking show, giving chefs the opportunity to create, share and discover food related videos. Programs are distributed on most of the major streaming platforms such as Roku, Amazon Fire, YouTube, and Apple TV.

Our congratulations to Chef Shelly Meyer. You foodies please be sure to check out her show on your preferred streaming service!

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