TCP # 19 : Ratatouille

I could not think of anything more about this topic today but the Ratatouille since it has been shown to Disney channel most of the time, the kids love it! I am wondering how the Ratatouille cook, do you have any recipe of that? Mind if you share it? Here’s my entry for:


Picture not mine

The movie opens with a TV show featuring Chef Auguste Gusteau (Brad Garrett), owner of the best restaurant in Paris, talking about his bestselling cookbook, which proudly bears his mantra “Anyone Can Cook!”
A rat named Remy (voice of Patton Oswalt) begins talking about his life in monologue fashion. Remy states that he has enhanced senses of both taste and smell, which makes him very particular about what he eats. Remy’s brother Emile (Peter Sohn) is impressed by this talent, but their father Django (Brian Dennehy) who leads the rats’ colony, could care less – until Remy reveals that he can recognize the scent of rat poison in or near food. Django puts Remy to work sniffing and testing food for the rest of the clan. Remy is not happy about the rats having to steal food from the garbage; he would prefer to go to the kitchen and take the “fresh” samples. But Django hates and fears humans so he forbids Remy (and all other members of the clan) to interact with them.

4 Responses to “TCP # 19 : Ratatouille”

  1. ☆Mama Ko☆ says:

    I love this movie its cute and funny. sus ug kabalo mu luto tanan ilaga mangita ko ug ilaga himuon cook hehehe

  2. kikamz says:

    yup, this is just one very inspiring movie. and even if i am not a good cook myself, i am convinced that I CAN COOK after watchin this movie! one of my faves in this category. i dunno how ratatouille is prepared though it seems to me that it is a very common vegetable recipe in france.

  3. simply kim says:

    oh yeah! even my kids loved this one, lol!

  4. MommyLES says:

    simply love this movie..and I believe that Anyone can cook 😛

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