Pixar has released a long list of successful animated films over the past 30 years. Some of their notable franchises include Toy Story, Monsters Inc., Incredibles, and Finding Nemo. These films introduced audiences to classic characters and unique worlds of imagination. But there’s another great film we can’t forget. Ratatouille!

Ratatouille proved to be a big hit with audiences. It showcased French culture, food, and the joy of cooking. It also had a charming message to inspire people of how a great artist can come from anywhere.

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The 2007 Pixar movie had a great story and memorable characters. It’s worth rewatching this movie if it’s been a while since you last watched it. The movie is inspirational to children since it features the lives of chefs and what  daily life is like in a restaurant kitchen. Ratatouille shows how both Remy and Alfredo Linguini gain self-confidence through their adventures. It’s a fun movie to get children interested in cooking at home!

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Anyone Can Cook

There are a few ways to enjoy the Pixar movie. Of course, you can watch Ratatouille at home. You can also celebrate it in the kitchen by trying French-inspired recipes and making your own creative dish. There are opportunities to find merchandise featuring Remy at Disney Parks, too. You can also go to Epcot and ride Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure!

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