New ‘Ratatouille’ Handbag, Cookbook Stand, and Cutting Board Arrive at Disneyland Resort

Katie Francis

New ‘Ratatouille’ Handbag, Cookbook Stand, and Cutting Board Arrive at Disneyland Resort

Christmastime is here and many people are starting to buy gifts for loved ones. We found three new items at World of Disney in Disneyland that are perfect for fans of the hit Disney film, “Ratatouille”!

Remy and Emile Cheese Handbag — $24.99

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This handbag is adorable! It’s shaped like a piece of cheese!

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Remy and Emile are on the front.

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The bag features a zipper enclosure with a yellow zipper pull. The inside of the bag is lined with a blue and white checkered pattern that mimics a tablecloth.

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The bag itself is shaped like a pyramid, with a square base and triangular sides.

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La Ratatouille Cookbook Stand — $49.99

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The “little chef” in your life might appreciate this gift: a cookbook stand!

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“La Ratatouille” is the name of the restaurant in Paris that Remy becomes the chef of by the end of the film.

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The page holder at the bottom of the stand is engraved with Remy’s silhouette and the “La Ratatouille” logo.

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La Ratatouille Cheese Block Cutting Board — $39.99

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This board is also shaped like cheese! It can function as a cutting board, but would also make a cute charcuterie board!

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The top of this board is also engraved with “La Ratatouille.” There are also dark circular stains on the board to mimic the “eyes,” or holes, found in some cheeses.

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  • Justin Giglio

    Justin has been visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort since he was 2 years old. He considers Powerline to be the songbird of his generation. Contact Justin at justin@wdwnt.com