The dinner narration evokes the poetical process of lacquer (urushi), and focuses especially on the first and last step of it : the extraction of sap, and the painting.
After lacquering the long table with edible lacquer, food is put on it, reflecting in the liquid. The longer the dinner goes on, the laquer becomes a writing page, as we can see more and more prints from the dinner that is happening.
Almond milk infused with maple syrup
to aspire in a bladder made of beeswax
Sweet and sour lacquer
Roasted roots vegetables and fennel, dried and cured veal meat, cured eggyolk, fresh cheese, dill