In Potage, In a flashback, Abigail is hunting with her father. It's clear Abigail is traumatized when she shoots a deer, but her father reassures her that they're not committing murder if they use every part of the animal. He hands her a knife and explains how to cut the animal; she reluctantly slices into the beast's sternum.
In Trou Normand, In the kitchen, alone, Abigail asks Hannibal if Will knows about her murdering Nicholas Boyle. She is informed that he does. Despite Hannibal assuring her Will can keep their secret, Abigail breaks down and sobs into Lecter's arms. She admits to aiding her father in every one of his killings. She was the bait that lured every girl in. Hannibal hugs Abigail and assures her it'll be okay. She's not a monster; she's a victim. And Hannibal is here to help.