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The history of eating one's fellow man is rich with culinary tradition and innovation, carried on in no small part by Dr. Hannibal Lecter. In this pivotal scene, he gives a fellow killer a taste of his own medicine, so to speak - if, at the time, he had medicine in his bloodstream, because he's eating his own leg. So to speak. Celebrate Halloween in style with this traditional clay-baked entrée with a little help from FoodTube's favorite mystery man, You Suck at Cooking.

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