WASTE NOT, WANT NOT
425,00 DKK – 700,00 DKK incl. moms
How to use local plant based ingredients – including fruit, vegetables, and flowers – as a basis for creative cooking and as an art form itself?
Can plants, fruits, and vegetables replace the traditional flower vase arrangement in a more sustainable and contemporary way?
How does the sustainable flower arrangement of the future look like?
Within the frame of these questions, Tableau creates a site-specific art installation from seasonal, locally sourced fruit and vegetable plants at different stages of growth, supplied by Økoskabet, Seerupgaard and Refarmed. Danish plants such as tomato, cucumber, and courgette with vibrant green leaves and beautiful flowers are placed in the Kitchen Collective space. The installation forms a ‘nature morte’ inspired art work, that goes beyond pure decor or ornamentation. It is fully functional and used for our sustenance. It serves as a spontaneous and improvisational assignment for The Caribbean Housewife to make a creative and delightful plant based dinner. It also permits the guests to pick the colorful fruit and vegetables during the dinner events.
The dinner consists of four courses and is (optionally) paired with local, Danish organic wines from Nina and Niels Fink – Vejrhøj Vingård.
1715 København V
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Agnes Saaby Thomsen
Waste not, Want not
During Copenhagen Cooking, The Caribbean Housewife teams up with Tableau at Kitchen Collective to address the significant aspects of food waste and sustainability by using organic, seasonal, and local farm products. Tableau creates a site-specific art installation for a series of social and interactive dinner events prepared by The Caribbean Housewife. By using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients to its fullest, we assure a circle is completed and nothing is wasted.
The Caribbean Housewife x Tableau x Kitchen Collective
August 26, 2022
18:00 – 22:00
1715 København V
Bookings are closed.