Air Fried Hormel Chili Bites #Home30 #HormelFamily

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Our second recipe using the Philips Airfryer is a very healthy chili cheese bite. Enjoy family favorites any day of the week without the guilt or hassle of cooking with excess oil. From french fries to chicken wings to muffins, the Airfryer’s ability to fry, roast, bake or grill is almost unbelievable: that is until you’ve tried it. To explore the recipes that are included with your Viva or Viva Digital Airfryer click here. For Avance XL Airfryer recipes click here. For exclusive recipes created by click here.

Air Fried Chili Cheese Bites

Using the Philips Airfryer again I actually made a few different types of bites. The Favorite though were the Chili Cheese Bites.

Air Fried Chili Cheese Bites Recipe


Nasoya Won Ton Wrappers

Hormel Chili

Cheddar Cheese



Heat the Air Fryer to 350

Fill the Won Ton Wrappers with some chili and cheese and seal them with water around the edges, then place and squeeze a wrapper on top. I found that folding up the edges kept them together better.

Cook for about 3 – 5 minutes, follow guidelines on the machine



I really am enjoying this air fryers.

UMIGO Building Blocks of Math in Early Elementary #UMIGO

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This seems to be the summer of learning around our house. I never had any idea of how many different on-line services there are to help you keep your kids from experiencing the summer slide. I’ve just recently been introduced to another learning service and this one is a fantastic math site. UMIGO – You Make It Go – is a fun, vibrant world of adventure that uses the building blocks of math to engage early elementary age kids in narrative-driven “appisodes.”


Engaging kids is the only way to keep them interested in a learning program. We found one and it didn’t do that so the kids were unmotivated. This one is more interesting to them because of the fun characters and the appisodes. In partnership with the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA), UMIGO will bring its narrative-based appisodes, interactive games, activities, and educational resources to more than 70 communities around the country. You can find a location close to you by looking on the NSLA’s interactive map at


UMIGO helps children develop the math skills they need for effective reasoning and problem solving. Another feature that keeps kids engaged are the UMIGO’s free downloadable at-home activities. These activities engage families and educators in the child’s development of math and reasoning skills and are designed to make learning easy and fun. They take the kids away from the computer screen for more reinforcement.


UMIGO’s educational content is aligned with the Common Core Standards for Mathematics for first and second grades. UMIGO is funded in part by a US Department of Education Ready to Learn grant awarded to WTTW Chicago Public Media. The Summer of UMIGO kicked off on National Summer Learning Day, Friday, June 19, in an effort to help combat the “summer slide.” We’ve been working to keep our kids from suffering from the summer slide. It’s not too late to keep your kids from sliding. Even a little work before they go back will help.


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  • Join us on 7/16 For The #AdvilPMSleep Twitter Chat With Dr. Breus, The Sleep Doctor


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    It’s hard to get a good night’s sleep when you’re in pain. My sleeping patterns get interrupted enough without the tossing and turning that aches and pains cause! Any time I have muscle aches, I immediately reach for Advil, so I’m excited to be participating in the #AdvilPMSleep Twitter chat this week with Dr. Breus, The Sleep Doctor. During the party, Dr. Breus will be discussing the common causes of sleeplessness, how pain can impact sleep, and why it’s so important to get a full night of rest. I woke up at 3 AM this morning, so this is a very timely chat for me! And if that wasn’t enough, there will also be $600 in cash prizes given away, so you won’t want to miss out! Here is all the info you need to RSVP:

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    LG G Flex 2 Giveaway #ATTSeattle

    In celebration of an awesome sale going on at AT&T we have a fun giveaway. For a limited time at AT&T you can get a LG G Pad F 8.0 tablet for 99¢ when you buy an LG G4 or LG G Flex2 on AT&T Next. Terms and Conditions can be found here

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    Three Funny Guys: #Antourage #Antmanevent Interview

    At the core of every good Marvel movie is a good dose of humor. Of course Michael Douglas and Paul Rudd hold their own on camera and in person, but we recently found that the Antourage made up of three criminals that end up supporting Ant-Man are quite the jokesters themselves. These three guys came into the interview room during the Ant-Man press day and had everyone laughing from beginning to end.



    About the Antourage:

    “Luis is Scotty’s best friend from jail and they both got there in different ways,” says Michael Peña. “Luis is a street criminal while Scott is a white-collar criminal. They were cellmates and became buddies because Luis protected Scott in jail and in return he taught Luis about pulling off heists. So when he gets out of prison and realizes that it’s not easy for an ex-con to get any kind of job, Scott becomes part of a job that Luis has gotten an inside tip on. So they put a team together that includes Scott as well as two new guys, Dave and Kurt, who are both experts in their own fields.”


    Describing Kurt, David Dastmalchian says, “Kurt is very talented with computer hacking and he has been in the United States for some time and spent some time in prison at which point he became friends with Luis. Now he’s out and he’s trying to do something positive with his skills, but he is not having a lot of luck with the job market. Kurt is a very fun character who is part of this really cool gang of knucklehead criminals that are trying to turn themselves around. I love Michael Peña, and getting to play with T.I. and obviously Paul is just an awesome opportunity.”



    Rounding out the group of ex-cons is Dave, played by Tip “T.I.” Harris, and Kurt, played by David Dastmalchian. “We all met in prison and now that we’re out, we’re all trying to get our lives straightened out and on the right path,” says T.I. “My character Dave’s specialty is transportation, navigation and contingency plans. So when the first plan doesn’t work, Dave is always quick to think of something that can be done to ensure that all is not lost.”



    When interviewing three people it ends up being much more like a conversation and a laugh-fest. Here are two questions about their humor in the movie and in their real lives.

    Q: So, Michael, your method of story telling is hilarious in the film. Are you like that in real life?

    Michael: “No. I’m like, I was always like a quiet kid, to be honest.”

    T.I.: “What?!”

    Michael: “Yeah. I remember, like I got messages on Facebook and I’m like, out of all people to be an actor you’re the guy? I was captain of the wrestling team and the track team and, you know, I loved sports and stuff. So that’s the only way that I really made friends, but I was like kind of a nerd to be honest – It’s hard to believe, I know.”

    T.I.: “You know what, man, me too.”

    Michael: “Were you really?”

    T.I.: “Hell no.”

    Michael: “You know, but he’s a smart dude, though. So I’m like, you never know, you know what I mean? So I’m like… He knows. T.I. being a nerd. I’m like, “I would believe it.” He’s a smart dude. I mean he’s not– he doesn’t rap about like, you know, just dumb shit, you know?”

    David: “I know [Michael] has done some comedy work before, but he’s so famous for these killer dramatic roles and stuff. And the first time we’re on set and he started making T.I. and I just bust out I was like that’s not the dude that I was expecting.”

    T.I.: “Right.”

    David: “He’s so brilliant in this film and I, I love it, yeah.”

    T.I.: “Yeah.”


    Michael: “I’m imitating this guy – I won’t say his name, but he’s, you know, in my neighborhood. And I had the blessing of going to prep school and living in the ghetto, you know what I mean? It’s what happens or whatever. And so like, I’d travel like an hour in the morning just to get to that school, come back and then all of a sudden the dude’s like, “And how, how did it go man? You want a nickel bag?” And I’m like, “No man, I’m good man. I gotta study and stuff.” He said, “But if you don’t want a nickel bag it’s cool.”

    And then you know he’s the kind of dude that, you know, he got a girl pregnant when he was 13. Yeah, which is amazing, but he’s a really great dad…when he’s not in jail. So, it was like I was waiting for a movie to put that character in there because he’s like, the most optimistic criminal that I’ve ever met in my life. But he like, you know, everybody loves him, but at the same time like you gotta’ be kidding me. So that’s Luis.”

    Q: You guys are pretty hilarious in the movie. Can you share a moment or a funny scene that you all really enjoyed filming together?

    T.I.: “I’ll do that…”

    Michael: “Sorry, I’m still on Instagram mode, dude. Look how awesome it is man. Are you kidding me?! Get out of town.”

    T.I.: “All of the scenes, you know, that we did together, to me, were funny. A lot of the van stuff. You know, remember the first night we were in that van, the van in San Francisco?”

    Michael: “Instagram bro, [I’m on] Instagram.”


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    T.I.: “In San Francisco, I think it was the scene when Scott was breaking into Hank Pym’s house for the first time. I mean, the stuff that didn’t make it on screen now that’s…that’s the goal. That’s the action.”

    Michael: “I mean, that would be another kind of movie.”

    David: “It was intimidating too. It’s scary. Because I… we were big fans of these guys and everybody in the film and so the first time we’re sitting there it was in– yeah, it was in San Francisco right?”

    T.I.: “Yeah.”

    David: “…in the van. And they started to just go and rif, too. And they made me feel really welcome immediately, which was a great feeling. You feel more creatively free to do that, but like there were some jokes, obviously not all of ‘em can make it in the film, but these guys…”

    Michael: …of very poor taste.”

    T.I.: “Yeah, of very poor taste. Oh, man.”

    David: “And dancing; we had some fun dancing.”


    T.I.: “Yeah. And the, you know, the jokes every time he would make a joke because him and Luis and Scott were cellmates, you know, supposedly.”

    Michael: “No, we were cell mates, bro.”

    T.I.: “Yeah. So every time they’d make mention of ‘Yo, it’s just like when we were in the cell’ and we were like, “Oh really? Really.” You know, things like that.”

    Michael: “You get close, bro.”

    David: “And then you don’t talk about cells.”

    T.I.: “Yeah, exactly.”

    Michael: “Yo, the first rule about prison is, you don’t talk about prison. Unless you wanna’ talk about prison.”



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    Managing Kids TV/CyberBullying/On-line Privacy with Digital Compass #ATTSeattle


    Kids are spending more time using technology today than ever before.

    According to a study from a Kaiser Family Foundation, the average 8- to 10-year-old spends nearly 8 hours a day doing things like watching TV, playing games on their smart phone or iPad, and talking with friends on social media. Older children and teenagers spend about 11 hours per day. During the lazy days of summer, those numbers are likely to go much higher.

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    AT&T has a way for parents to direct some of their kid’s technology time toward learning about, and dealing with, things like cyberbullying, privacy and online security, digital reputation and self-image.  It’s called Digital Compass. It’s a new interactive gaming platform designed to help 6th through 9th graders learn critical skills to help them navigate the Web safely and productively. 

    Digital Compass was created in response to 200,000 educators asking for an interactive tool to teach digital literacy and citizenship to pre-teens and teens. Available free on smartphones, tablets and online, Digital Compass gives children the freedom to explore how their digital interactions may impact their real-life relationships and future opportunities, in a safe environment.

    #AntManEvent Michael Douglas Interview Scoop

    I have to tell you Michael Douglas wasn’t on my “I Hope to one day interview” lists because I never ever thought it was even a possibility to interview him. Michael Douglas is that Hollywood A-lister that carries himself with a touch of class, or at least that’s my opinion of him. I’ve been watching him going back to Romancing the Stone and Jewel of the Nile and he had been working since way before then even. He’s amazing and seemed to enjoy being interviewed by the blogger crew (usually known as the mommy bloggers but hey there were two dads there this time).

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    How did you prepare for this role?

    Michael: Ah, okay, well, historically I’m not a comic book guy. I was not as a, a kid. There was one I kind of followed, but since it’s not in the Marvel world, I don’t think on it necessarily. But when they, sent me this script, they sent me also a lovely leather bound book with about two of the Ant Man comics. So before I read the script, I opened that up and sort of familiarized myself with the different characters and a little of the back story. And of course, ironically for these kind of super comic book, it was more character background than you get in most parts you ever play, …in terms of, you know, your loss of your wife, the relationship with your daughter. So there was a whole bunch of stuff to actually, you know, play once you, once you read it.

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    During the interview Michael Douglas revealed that out of his career this is one of the only movies with special effects.

    Michael: Well, I mean, one of the exciting things for me about doing this picture is I have never done a, a special effects movie before. My entire career has kind of, it actually all contemporary story lines except for one movie out of I think 50. It was a World War 2. Everything else was contemporary and there weren’t any kind of effects in them, just a green screen. So I was fascinated by that. There were like four units shooting.


    We were the first unit, then you had the second unit which was your stunt unit. Your third unit, which was your special effects, your green screen, and then your fourth unit was that macro unit, was shooting these ant, you know, perspective ant shots, ah, from, um, all over. Ah, it was , it was fascinating.

    In the first unit, we were doing stunts and this and that, but to see how they put four units together using the story boards, ah, was, was inspirational. And it was a lot faster. I mean, how often too do you get to do a movie where you get to see yourself 30 years younger. [LAUGHING]. You know, I mean, it’s just, ah, it was wild. I remember that day when the put, put these little dots all over your head. And I hadn’t seen the movie yet. But I saw and when I was doing dubbing for a couple of lines, there’s one scene and they had, had done half, half the scene is with the special effects where they made me younger, and the other half I still have the dots on my face, you know. So it was, it was, it’s hard to explain. It’s been the wildest experience I’ve ever had.

    He also spoke about his cast members.

    ….Um, Paul, I knew from the beginning and he’s just as easy and wonderful as could be. He’s lovely. And then Evangeline I did not know her range, and so you go wow. There’s, there’s no weak spots here. Everybody’s solid……Yeah, no, Paul, he’s, he, um, he’s just the sweetest, he, he’s a lovely guy. He’s very, um, you know, unassuming. Obviously, he did some rewriting on the script and was very helpful. Sometimes I would get frustrated where I’d have one of these five minute long monologues explaining everything, and of course, he would have a one-line punch line. Damn, you get a good laugh and all of that. I go sure. I’m working my ass off.


    Yeah, you wrote the script, didn’t you? But he’s got an elfish, um, elfish grin and quality about him. He was, you know, worked it out, maintaining, staying in shape, and then putting in the whole day. So my heart went out to him. He was, he was fabulous. I happened to see his work. Interesting casting on, again, on Marvel’s part. Every film is sort of interesting. I mean, Paul now looks to me like Robert did before the first Iron Man, you know, Robert Downey. Also an excellent actor. And I’m sure this is going to be great for Paul.

    Finally we spoke about why he took on a role in a Marvel Movie

    Michael: Um, something different, you know, just basically never having been. I’m, I’m, two of my best buddies are Jack Nicholson and, and Danny DeVito, and each of them had a great time, you know,as the Joker and as the penguin. I remember them, you know, talking about it and all that. And just never having been offered anything in this realm before when this came up, so, ah, this will be great. This will be cool.

    Um, and as I was saying , that my 14-year-old son, you know, I told him all about it, and he was like my agent. He said Dad, you know what? This is a whole new audience for you. [LAUGHING.] I say, oh, thanks, thanks….. You’re right, you know, you’re right. I mean, all of that. I always try to think of doing something different and I was really curious about effects movies and all of that. And so that really was the reason.


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    Staples Has Fun, Function & #110Ready Savings #StaplesForStudents #BackToSchool #AD @Staples

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    I have fond memories of the back-to-school season growing up and want to share those memories with my children. As a Staples Back to School Council Member I have access to what’s going to be popular this year and get to share that information with you guys while also making great shopping memories with my own kids. Staples conducted an online survey among parents of children between the ages of 8-18 and found that price is the most important factor when it comes to shopping for school supplies. 78% of parents do their shopping in stores, and I love that because that’s how you let the kids make memories with you like I did with my mom. They also found that shoppers are looking for a mix of fun and function in those products.

    “We’ve seen many new back-to-school shopping trends over the past 30 years, but we know savings has always been top-of-mind for our customers,” said Alison Corcoran, senior vice president, North American stores and online, Staples. “We’re thrilled to offer customers ways to save all season long with our Back to School 110% Lowest Price Guarantee, Staples Less List of essential products and Extreme Deals. We’re also offering exciting product trends, including new products designed by students for students.”

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    The exclusive Designed by Students school supplies are available in select stores nationwide and at The products range from multi-function pencil cases, backpacks with removable compartments, multi-purpose folders and portable desks to floating locker shelves and a dishwasher safe lunch bag.

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    A Quick Guide To Family Friendly Resorts for 2015

    Summer 2015 is here and families are traveling near and far for their annual family vacations. Traveling with one or more kids can be challenging and expensive if you don’t plan ahead, research different options or jump on the latest craze of crowdfunding your entire trip. Some destinations are more family-friendly than others or offer perks like free dining for children. For savings deals and the best experience, look for off-the-beat-and-path destinations beyond the typical Disney World stop.

    To give you a head start, here’s a list of family-family resorts in the U.S.:

    1. Princess Royale. Known as one of the best hotel destinations in Ocean City, MD, Princess Royale’s accommodations are created for family-style vacations with two-room suites and fully-equipped kitchenettes in most rooms. In addition to the property’s amenities including beach access, a sprawling pool and pizza bar, endless activities for kids are located in close proximity.



    2. The Breakers. Perched on 140 acres of pristine waterfront, The Breakers is a luxury destination fit for the entire family. The property features a year-round kids’ camp, private babysitting, playgrounds and more.



    3. Kingsmill Resort & Spa. Situated nearby Colonial Williamsburg, attraction options are plenty for this resort. Made up of three-floor condos in villa-like clusters, daytime activities include soccer, fishing, swimming, craft-making and more.

    4. The Tyler Place Family Resort. A rustic style summer camp resort with something for every age group, The Tyler Place Family Resort is perfect if you are looking for organized activities for both parents and children. For example, parents can enroll in archery classes, practice yoga, and take painting classes and more.



    So pack yourself a meal replacement shake that’ll energize you for a few hours because a visit to any of these resorts will have your kids running around in hyper drive!

    Exclusive Ant-Man Interview with Paul Rudd & Evangeline Lilly #AntManEvent

    During my recent trip to LA, I had the chance to sit down with the stars of Marvel’s Ant-Man! Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly. Having interviewed Paul in the past, I already knew he was kind and funny. But he continued to show is chivalry by helping the pregnant Evangeline Lilly to her seat.

    Ant-man Interview Paul Rudd Evangeline Lilly

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    They get to choose if they want to let the mommy bloggers interview them and they were so kind to take the time out of their busy schedules to give this Ant-Man exclusive interview. I was really excited to get to interview him again after seeing the entire movie and how it all came together. It’s a fantastic movie with a lot of heart.

    We started off talking about how Paul usually does comedy and now this is obviously an action movie or is it?

    PAUL : Right, well, um, you know, I always felt like with, especially with Marvel movies, but just talking about this one, that it was going to be funny. They are good with levity. I mean, all their films have funny moments but they’re not necessarily straight up comedies. And, with this one I knew that the action was going to be really good. I knew the visuals were going to be crazy good.  But, I also knew that there was this relationship that Scott Lang had with his daughter and that there was the relationship that Michael Douglas has with his daughter and that this whole thing with parents and children, that that was going to be really the thrust of the film. And that’s relatable and empathetic and something that you can hang the whole thing on. And that’s pretty dramatic. So, that’s really what I kind of focused on, figuring you know, humor would be there in the end.


    Evangeline actually felt intimidated working with such great talent and said that of course there is comedy in this movie. How can you have an actor like Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas without humor.

    EVANGELINE: And that said, he did not stop improving and cracking jokes through the entire– there wasn’t one scene no matter how serious where you didn’t make me break character. And I kept asking him what am I supposed to do with you do that? Do I riff with you? Do I shut up and let you do your thing? Like, I am so out of my element ’cause you are so comfortable in that comedic space and he being the sweetest man alive as we all know, always — I’m only preaching to the choir. Do you see their faces?  You were always like I’ll just do what you say, do whatever you want. I don’t know what to do. Nothing feels right. Tell me what to do. And he never did, never would……….which made me even more insecure ’cause even Michael Douglas can riff an improv. I was the only person on set who wasn’t improving.

    There was a lot of banter back and fourth during the interview which made everyone in the room laugh quite a bit. I didn’t know this but I found out that Evangeline actually helped write part of her character. Someone asked  do you feel like that it came out what you wanted as far as the girl power part of it?


    EVANGELINE: You know, it’s funny because actually the girl power part was no really my contribution. [LAUGHS] That was Marvel and the boys who– I mean what guy doesn’t like a girl who can kick ass? They like to see that on screen, right? What I think is important is that woman, first of all be a woman and not a girl, and that she also have all the dimensions that a male character who can kick ass would also have. And I think a lot of the times what happens mistakenly in men’s very, very meaningful attempts to make strong women is they make them strong in the way that they relate to, which is wrong. And I think that female strength, um, has many more dimensions than that and I think that um, a lot of our strength comes from our women’s vulnerability, our compassion, our maternal instincts, and I don’t think that those things should ever be labeled as weaknesses. And I think that’s one of the things that I always look to put in and infuse these characters with is um, is the sort of moments where you suddenly realize underneath that very hard facade, underneath what she’s trying to project to the world because she feels she has to survive or she has to do what she needs to do is you know, a little girl within all of us and even within Paul, there’s just a little girl [LAUGHTER].

    PAUL : It’s true, very true.


    EVANGELINE: That needs love and wants to give love in order to receive love and I think that’s what we’re all doing. That’s the human predicament is how do we give unconditional love and just not losing sight of that.


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