Insomniac Kitchen Visits 'The Cannibal Beer & Butcher'

ABC News' Amanda VanAllen takes us to "Cannibal" restaurant to show us what to do with our Christmas ham leftovers.
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That Chris New Hampshire was delicious vegetarian I was so happy and -- you're stuck with the -- actually had Christmas hymn -- guy actually that part you can make. An ordinary -- now or you can make something gourmet it's time to head to the insomniac kitchen where ABC's Amanda van Allen serving up self respect self. Hey insomniacs we are here today at the K animal I'm here with chef Frances -- he is gonna teach us what to do what all of those Christmas -- So we use some salt and mozzarella. I like the -- mozzarella. Very -- And stream. The Morgan take some of our holiday ham -- -- -- -- -- -- it's -- doing enough three pieces. And -- got some diesel and public issues with the whole leaves. -- -- -- -- Some Brussels sprouts we -- -- really find this -- gives a nice texture in there because they don't really have time to get soft. At Telecom being healthy while in the -- damage with the Brussels -- -- -- -- to tell yourself. A little sea salt. And that's some people do look -- moment and some of them on the -- I like -- armies that I think the manes. Gives. An incredible crossed -- logo mania is on both sides. -- mountainous around -- and it's so that's the grilled cheese before its coat do you have another -- press. I do something we -- in the restaurant which we serve the rest. News. We use a very soft. Hero role that you get at any -- -- is on both sides. There is no way to go. There are leftover. Holiday. We have the -- said here. -- slice of the couple. All right so you got the -- and the -- said this and pickles. -- -- -- -- -- Months and I'm not one is ready for the -- is wrong. We got our -- For sandwiches -- got one and turn. And the casinos were done. For the holidays. -- -- -- Sign up my orange juice and daisies yes I do do you do we need I don't Batavia -- around the the water and it would you tell what's in this -- she's telling it like this is that she's with -- and Brussels sprouts. How is -- which is it really -- it smells fantastic. Com and there's also a pigs had Cuban you've got to try that went to. If you insist it's -- pig's head to. -- cheese and pickles. You know from Florida so I know authentic Cuban -- sounds pretty good to me -- Yeah -- and yes so 450 Beers from around the world and by the way the name. Cannibal -- -- but that's not the case it comes from the Belgian grand -- cyclist -- marks but throughout the sixties and seventies was known simply as. -- -- Animals Tamil Seattle -- just -- Has released.

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