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June 27, 2007



I saw this last night too, and noted Guy Savoy's name in the credits.

I saw it in Pixar's screening room here in the SF Bay Area; probably the second best place in the workd to see it -- the best is in Paris, of course!

And the film itself, c'est a tomber!


This is so cool! Gilles and I totally want to see this. He tries to make me pronounce "Ratatouille" correctly cuz he says they don't when the promo the movie here. Whateves!


Ah, I can't wait to see it! But maybe just cause my neighbor at work has been laboring away on the "art of" book! (shameless plug: http://www.chroniclebooks.com/site/catalog/index.php?main_page=pubs_product_book_info&products_id=6393&store=books)


Oh, I'm so excited to hear more about this! I used to keep closer track of the Pixar films (I adored Monsters Inc. the most I think) but the last one, Cars, I didn't even see and it's just been some time since I got back into animation again. And after reading what you had to say about Ratatouille here, you piqued my curiosity -- now I can't wait to see it!

And the more you share, the more excited I get... Thanks for telling us about the preview!


What higher praise could anyone give! It's good to know you think the story and characters fit so well into the settings.


c'est a tomber? You didn't like the film?

Tonya R

I definitely have to see this now - thanks for the review.


Haven't seen this yet but wanna! Did you hear that while Savoy is in the French version, Thomas Keller makes an appearance in the US one and Faren Audria (however you spell his name) in in the Spanish one ....


Hi Ms. Glaze, how do you cook the Byaldi in the movie? I made the turkish original (you can have a look at it in my blog), do you know anything about it and how it came to France? It would be interesting to compare the Turkish version with the French!

Ms. Glaze

Hande – I just had to check out your blog to see what you were talking about! Love your site and all the pictures. I had no idea that Byaldi was the original ratatouille. If I told you how they make it in the movie it would ruin the ending for you. But once the movie comes out, I'm going to try and recreate it.


Thanks for visiting food vagabond! Ok, then, I will wait till the movie comes out, but then you have to make it! Don't forget :-)


I did think of you when I saw Guy Savoy's name in the credits! And also when the movie mentioned the star ratings of the restaurant. :D

It's somewhat satisfying to know you, with your experiences and such in Paris, have good things to say about the authenticity.

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I feel what you are saying about Paris. I'm actually thinking about moving to Paris and or buying property there so that I can live there part time so I'm sure leaving Paris would be the most awful thing to do. Either way though the movie was so good. Much better than Cars or other Pixar films. Actually I only went to see it because I love food so much and I especially love PARIS!


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