Oh Rats!

Who knew America was hungering for a movie about an aspiring chef who just happens to be a rat?

Not us, but "Ratatouille" has become a box office hit anyway. And Sur La Table is savvy enough to bring the Disney/Pixar movie home through a collection of "Ratatouille"-inspired cookware designed for kids.

Included in the collection: an apron and pot holder that come with a plush Remy the Rat doll ($19.95); a flatware set ($9.95); a plate, bowl and tumbler dinnertime set ($19.95); a wooden-handled spatula featuring Remy ($7.95); a baking set that includes a 10-cup plastic mixing bowl, a whisk, a mixing spoon, measuring cups and a fluted cake pan ($29.95); and "Ratatouille: What’s Cooking? A Cookbook for Kids" ($12.95), which features recipes inspired by the movie and is designed for cooks ages 4 to 8.

All are available at Sur La Table at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. South, or online (www.surlatable.com).

Story by John Przybys. What’s New is a weekly column about new products on the market.

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