Nerdie Foodie: Ratatouille

Bonjour Nerdie Foodies and welcome to brand new Nerdie Foodie Friday post, Ratatouille style! I’ve been wanting to curate a Ratatouille post for a long time, but it took a while for me to comb through the interwebs to find you recipes. And it’s finally here! What a better time than now with all the colder weather to enjoy some comfort food. Let’s get right to it!

Cheese Boards


One of the first things we see in the movie is Remy’s love for food. What a better way than a cheese board that is loaded with complimenting opposing shapes and textures? Amy (from House of Nash Eats) shares with us her best tips and pairings to make your cheese boards Instagram worthy and delicious all at the same time! Check out her ideas here!

(Photo Credit: House of Nash Eats)

Remy’s Omelet

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Nothing says breakfast as much as an omelette. While we don’t get to see too much of the ingredients that Remy uses to make omelets for himself and Linguine, Heather (from All Roads Lead to the Kitchen) shares with us her take on this delicious meal! Check out her ratatouille omelet recipe here!

(Photo Credit: All Roads Lead to the Kitchen)

Remy’s Tomato Soup

Remy does a lot of cooking in the movie where many (if not all) the ingredients he uses are shown. This tomato soup is one of them. Reyna once ran a Youtube channel called Let’s Eat Fiction. And on it, she had shared with us Remy’s tomato soup recipe! Even though her channel is no longer active, you can still check out her recipe tutorial below!


Remy’s Potato Leek Soup

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One of Remy’s more famous soups in the movie where he corrected Linguine’s error. And it ends up tasting amazing with all of his additions to the soup pot. Ashley and Jimmy (from Feast of Fiction) share with us their recipe tutorial on Remy’s potato and leek soup below!


Remy’s Ratatouille (Confit Byaldi)

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And finally, we conclude this ode to Remy with his iconic ratatouille recipe for the ruthless food critic Anton Ego. Andrew Rea (from Binging with Babish) shows us how we can recreate this iconic dish ourselves! Check out his recipe tutorial below!


And there we have it! Five warn, hearty and festive recipes to help us embrace the colder weather as we head on into Winter!

‘Til next time,

Stay Nerdalicious!

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