Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur’s Cookbook

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Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur’s Cookbook is a 2016 book by Janice Poon, from Titan Books.

According to the publishers, the book is “a collection of easy-to-follow recipes inspired by the show and created by its food stylist, Janice Poon. Each recipe is accompanied by fascinating insider’s anecdotes, delightful artwork and revealing behind-the-scenes photos of stars and crew on the set of Hannibal.”

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A Connoisseur’s Cookbook also features a wonderful forward by Mads Mikkelsen and an array of insightful passages by Poon about the thought process that went into most of the entrees featured on Hannibal. Feeding Hannibal is playful and full of drool inspiring creations; it will satisfy all of the senses – especially, taste.” John Nicol, Coming Soon

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“Poon’s style is so easy to follow that she brings us all into the memory palace of Hannibal Lecter, helping us understand what he loves about exotic fare, why he prepares and presents his dishes in such a curious manner. These recipes are complicated and unconventional, but they also make sense. You can follow them. With time and money, you could be just like Hannibal Lecter…” Meredith Borders, Birth. Movies. Death.

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“Sadly, this 240-page hardcover cookbook won’t tell you how to turn that rude person who cut you off on the way home into a tasty seven-course meal, but you don’t have to worry about going hungry, and Hannibal fans will get more than their bellies satisfied…” Marty Shaw, Geek Alerts

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“The beauty of the book is the inclusion of Poon’s original concept sketches, which accompany each recipe. She describes the mentality behind her dishes’ colors, textures, and plating techniques. For the beef tenderloin shot she added a bit of raspberry purée to emphasize the rareness of the meat; berry and beef pair quite well together, should you want to serve up a screen-worthy dish of your own at dinnertime.” Jenn Fujikawa, Nerdist

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