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Did You Ever Think, “There Should Be A Hannibal Cookbook?” Well NBC Is Making One.

Damn, I'm out of fava beans!

HannibalFeastI personally have never had such a thought. Nope. Never.

CraveOnline got the exclusive news while interviewing Bryan Fuller:

“That is in development,” says Bryan Fuller in a recent CraveOnline interview about “Hannibal” Season 2 and 3 (coming to Blu-ray on September 16, 2014). “Yeah, there’s a cookbook in development and there’s also a fantastic ‘Art of Making of Hannibal.’ […] I saw some pages from it. It’s a gorgeous book.”

When asked if the cookbook would feature all of the recipes from the TV series, or also include new recipes or recipes from the Thomas Harris novels, Fuller responded, “I think ‘yes’ is the answer to that question.”

No release date has been released. Will you be pre-ordering it when it’s ready?

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