150424 CNBLUE’s Jonghyun and Super Junior’s Kyuhyun Produce New Song on “Exciting India”
On the upcoming episode of “Fluttering India,” CNBLUE‘s Jonghyun comes up with an “Indo Song” while playing with his guitar.

Jonghyun starts strumming his guitar and comes up with an “Indo Song,” surprising the fellow cast members– except one. It’s Kyuhyun, who suddenly turns into a “SM producer” and tells Jonghyun, “You should make it like a commercial song so it’s easy for everyone to follow along,” and starts leading the song production.

It is said that Kyuhyun also includes some funny moments that happened during their time as reporters in India that makes everyone burst out laughing.

With Jonghyun and Kyuhyun as songwriters and Minho, Sunggyu, and Suho as the vocals, this song is already making the audience anticipate the upcoming episode.

This broadcast of “Fluttering India” will air tonight (April 24) at 9:30pm KST.

Source: soompi.com
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Today, thanks to this photo by Stephen Ausmus, we learned that carrots now come in nearly every color of the rainbow. We think that’s pretty awesome. This root vegetable rainbow is the result of a selective breeding program by researchers at the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service. Domestic carrots have been selectively bred over the centuries in order to improve their taste, texture and size, but we had no idea that so many different color varieties exist.

[via Twisted Sifter]

What's In Season?

Knowing what fruits and veggies are in season is what’s up if you want the freshest (and usually cheapest) groceries. The produce that’s in season will be available at farmer’s markets at a cheaper price, and in your local supermarkets for a cheaper price than those that aren’t in season.

Here’s a guide to know what’s up in the produce department. Eat on.

Remember that old movie trope, in which the mousy girl who never gets noticed takes off her eyeglasses and — voila! — suddenly, everyone can see she was beautiful all along?

Well, a similar sort of scenario is starting to play out in the world of produce in the U.S. (minus the sexist subtext).

Around the country, food service companies, grocers and entrepreneurs passionate about fighting food waste are rallying to buy up fruits and vegetables excluded from the produce aisle because of their defects. We’re not talking rot or bad taste here, just purely superficial stuff (the equivalent of those geeky glasses in our movie scenario): a carrot with multiple tips, a leek that grew in curvy, apples dented by hail.

Think Nobody Wants To Buy Ugly Fruits And Veggies? Think Again

Photo Credits: Far left and far right: Courtesy of Ron Clark/Better Harvests. Center three images: Courtesy of Bon Appétit Management Company