Washington, D.C, is home to a diverse food scene — everything from shared platters of Ethiopian cuisine to the late-night jumbo slice. But there's more to each dish than what you see on your plate.Join Washingtonians Ruth Tam and Patrick Fort as they tell the stories of the people and places that make D.C.'s iconic dishes famous. They trek around the city to find the answers to questions like: Can you trademark mumbo sauce? Do immigrant communities need to change their menus to market to the masses? What's the future of the power lunch?