The COVID-19 variant C.1.2 is experimenting with itself to see how it can adapt itself or change itself in subtle ways to adapt to the human source, said Kerala Indian Medical Association (IMA) Scientific Advisor Dr Rajeev Jayadevan on Sep 01. "Many such changes occur in the course of the life cycle of the virus and not all these changes are permanent.
Cooking at home has become a big part of people’s lives during the pandemic, and some are experimenting with new recipes from America’s Test Kitchen. Weekend TODAY’s Kristen Welker, Peter Alexander and their families join the fun and try out a recipe for butternut squash and apple fattoush.
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Pandemic Cooking: Americans Experimenting With New Recipes | TODAY