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Cookin' Up D.C.: Scott Drewno's Singapore-Style Soft-Shell Crab

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The Source chef Scott Drewno's Singapore-Style Soft-Shell Crabs represent the international flavors of Washington, D.C.
Rebecca Sheir
The Source chef Scott Drewno's Singapore-Style Soft-Shell Crabs represent the international flavors of Washington, D.C.

It might be hard to pin down the quintessential "D.C. dish," but award-winning chef Scott Drewno of The Source has his own ideas on cooking "distinctively D.C." cuisine. Rebecca Sheir visits The Source's kitchen to dish with Scott about the D.C. food scene, and to cook up an entree that combines local ingredients with the District's international flair.

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