Spoon And Stable Offers French-Inspired Menu For Takeout
While we’re all being asked to remain close to home as the pandemic drags on, we can at least bring a taste of France to our dinner tables now, thanks to world renowned chef Gavin Kaysen.
For the next three weeks, Kaysen’s restaurant, Spoon and Stable, is offering a French-inspired takeout menu on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The menu (see below) is a tribute to another world-class chef, Daniel Bouloud, who was Kaysen’s mentor.
“These are the dishes I think of most when I think of Daniel and our time together,” Kaysen said in a statement. “Cafe Boulud had four sections to the menu—he called them muses—Tradition, Seasonal, Vegetables, Voyage. In these four sections we would create a menu together. Our inspirations would range from traditional French food to studying food from Ethiopia for Voyage. It was the most fun I have ever had making a menu. I would sit in awe as I would watch Daniel flip through his handwritten recipes, a book he carried around since the age of 14. We would do this sitting in his office that overlooks the line at DANIEL. As a young chef, and chef today, it was a dream come true. This is my tribute to his creations and all he taught me then and continues to teach me today.”
Kaysen is also taking pre-orders now for a Beef Wellington Christmas dinner to go, with pickup on December 23rd. He’ll also continue his virtual cooking classes, with the new Winter Series starting in January.
By Mike Binkley, North Loop Neighborhood Association