Carrie McCully

Carrie McCully is the creator of Adour Good Food. She is the former Chef Hunter from The Food Network, caters and produces special events.

Carrie found her niche 15 years ago in New York City when friends who owned restaurants and clubs began asking for advice about servers’ uniforms, designs, menus, marketing and help with finding talented new chefs from her vast network of connections. Soon she realized that her passion for fine food, design and thinking outside the box, along with her innate skill of balancing tradition with foreseeable trends, was her career calling.

Carrie has also been in the kitchen as well, working the line, cooking and catering for events. Over the years Carrie has had the privilege of working with some stellar forces including Alain Ducasse, Terrance Brennan, Martha Stewart, Alison Price Becker, The Museum of Modern Art and Kathryn Bigelow, among others.

Her latest venture, Adour Good Food is a new concept who's roots are in locally sourced and sustainable food for artisan catering, signature prepared foods and fine dining. The first of the concept is located in Bozeman, Montana.

Carrie actively supports Common Threads a charity that supports and teaches low-income children to cook wholesome and affordable meals. Also No Kid Hungry which is a movement of people committed to making sure that no child in America goes hungry.