The moment we've all been waiting for more than a year has finally arrived. It's time to see the queen, Emma Watson, genius, Hermione Granger, become the best Disney princess there ever was, Belle. Beauty and the Beast is finally on the big screen, so make sure to celebrate this iconic moment by making the following foods.
1. Beef Ragu
The first food Belle samples in "Be Our Guest", try some beef ragu over pasta.
2. Cheese Soufflé
Les Français are known for their love of cheese, so make sure you make some cheese soufflé and follow Lumiere's advice. Let's face it, Lumiere knows best.
3. Pie and Pudding (en flambé)
En flambé means to cover in liquor and light it up, so maybe I don't recommend this one unless you truly know how to handle fire.
4. Cake and Cupcakes
5. Gray stuff
Apparently it's delicious. I'm not too sure about that, but if Lumiere says so...
Porridge is the food that the Beast is able to learn how to finally use a spoon. Awwww.
7. Hors d'ouveres
In Be Our Guest, Lumber shows Belle a tray filled with hors d'ouveres, including some crescent wrapped sausages and some mini sandwiches. I'm hoping those mini sandwiches are made with some delicate french brie.
10. Deli Meat
When going into town, Belle strolls by the deli store. Get an assortment of deli meats (salami, pastrami, you name it) and pair them with some authentic cheeses, and, well, I think that speaks for itself.
12. Mexican Food
13. Polyjuice potion
Maybe the prince mistakenly drank excessive amounts of Polyjuice Potion and that's what caused him to turn into a beast.
14. Champagne and Beer
Technically not foods, but they are a staple of the movie. With the dancing champagne in "Be Our Guest" and the all the beer in "Gaston," these two are absolutely necessary for a Beauty and the Beast celebration.
Last but not least, I think Mrs. Potts and Chip would be quite some tea if you didn't consume any tea while celebrating them.