[Video] International students adapt to life in quarantine with home cooking
How do you cope with being quarantined in this pandemic, sometimes by yourself, in a foreign country? Spoiler alert. You become more creative and experimental in home cooking!
Huilin Li interviewed international students living in Boston to find out what’s cooking in their kitchen, watch to learn simple and fun recipes you can try at home yourself.
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