Sue Webster's second course
First, make a bed: chives, spring onions, peas, asparagus, lettuce. Rip the leaves apart with your hands. Chop the vegetables. Then, place the skins of two gray squirrels on top of the bed, facing each other, their pulpy entrails arranged so it looks like their stomachs are conjoined. Stuff their heads with radishes to make their eyes glow red. Finally, christen your work. “Two Lovers Entwined,” says the British artist Sue Webster, looking down with fondness at the squirrels, purchased from a nearby butcher.