Gavin Kaysen in his old stamping grounds the kitchen at Cafeacute Boulud quotI used to say it has Danielrsquos ghost inside of it because I always felt somebody or something was watching over usquot he says
<p>Gavin Kaysen in his old stamping grounds: the kitchen at Caf&eacute; Boulud. &quot;I used to say it has Daniel&rsquo;s ghost inside of it because I always felt somebody or something was watching over us,&quot; he says.</p>

Gavin Kaysen will carry the torch back home

Kaysen grew from a cook to a chef under the watchful eye of Daniel Boulud. Now he&rsquo;s bringing that knowledge to his native Minneapolis. &bull; See more Chef Interviews

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