Ratatouille, the French vegetable dish made with sliced tomatoes, zucchini, yellow squash, eggplant, and other veggies, is a well-known autumnal dish. It’s also a well-known Pixar film named for the dish that young chef Remy, a rat, makes in the movie’s climactic scene.
Watch as Clay Attraction expertly makes the individual veggie slices and then molds Remy into shape using air-dry clays, resins, paints, color pencils, and glues.
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