Vineyard Church and community fellowship is hosting a free movie on Sunday, February 10, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. As an added bonus, free popcorn is also served during the movie. You might want to bring along an extra dollar or two, though, if you would like to purchase a soft drink from the Vineyard youth group.
The movie is Ratatouille, starring a rat from Paris who wants to move up in the world and become a famous chef. Oddly enough, he manages to do it, and this is an entertaining movie that the whole family can enjoy together.
But you may be wondering, what is Ratatouille, anyway? Actually, it's a food, sort of a chunky soupy style of spaghetti, very filling, flexible and forgiving, which makes it a perfect dish for new cooks to try. Basically, you'll just chop up chunks of various vegetables, sautee them all together, and then serve over rice or noodles, if desired. Ratatouille is a simple recipe that is a helpful and delicious way to use up a lot of vegetables, perfect for spring and summer gardens. Great recipe here.
Although ratatouille is usually served as a soup or topping, it can be made into a delicious baked version, too. Recipe here.
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