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Win a Case of Chomperz Seaweed Snacks ($40 value)

I recently shared my latest food addiction with you guys: the seaweed snacks called Chomperz! Well, now I'm putting my money where my mouth is! Well, technically, it's not my money. But my mouth is involved kind of. See, I love these different seaweed snacks so much, that the fine fishy folks over at SeaSnax agreed to pony up some of the goods as prizes for you, my hungry readers! Low-fat, low-calories and high on crunch (and protein!), Chomperz come in a variety of flavors from Original to Jalapeno to Onion. So what exactly am I giving away? More Chomperz than you can shake a fishing rod at! One lucky winner will take home the ...

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I Just Can’t Stop Eating These Seaweed Snacks Called Chomperz

When it comes to healthy snacks, I'll usually munch on some homemade Kale Chips. They're good and crunchy, but kind of messy and take a long time to make in the oven. Recently, though, I discovered a bunch of seaweed snacks that I simply cannot stop eating. I was walking the aisles of a local ShopRite supermarket when a cartoony shark caught my eye. A big fan of the Jabberjaw cartoon from decades ago (Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk!), this googly eyed shark was staring back at me on a bag of crunchy seaweed chips called Chomperz. I quickly checked the nutrition facts to make sure they weren't super fattening like most chips and ...

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Barilla Gets in the Kitchen with This Dad for some Turkey Pepperoni Mostaccioli

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Barilla. The opinions and text are all mine. If you could sum up "Back to School" in just one word, most likely it'd be "chaos." Between the homework, the whining, the practices, the complaining, the crazy schedules that seem to need 26 hours in a day, I sometimes wonder if it was easier going through high school the first time. On top of all that, my wife and I both work. I usually don't get home until around 7 p.m. or so, and since she's home an hour or two earlier, she generally makes dinner for the family. But some nights ...

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For this Gamer Dad, a Simple Cup of Coffee Changed the Parenting Game Forever

One of my favorite quotes of all time was penned by Oscar Wilde. "Life is too important to be taken seriously." Well, I think Oscar would be proud to know that I'm only aware of his quote because it was on the side of my favorite coffee mug. I try to live by those words in everything I do. Unfortunately, some things get serious real fast. Especially once you become a father. I've got two amazing boys. I think I've done a pretty good job of raising them so far. They can differentiate characters between the DC and Marvel Universes. They bleed pinstripes as all good Yankees fans should. And they appreciate the ...

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Oh Those Golden Grahams Still Kickstart My Saturday Mornings

Funny thing. I'm so not a fan of graham crackers. S'mores? Yes. Regular Graham Crackers, no. However, I make some serious exceptions when you're merely talking about Golden Grahams cereal. Anyone from my generation (read: old) definitely remembers cartoons only being on TV on Saturday mornings. Those were the true Glory Days. I'd grab my bowl of Golden Grahams, add milk and a spoon and plop myself down on the floor of the den, while my sister and I hung out with the Smurfs, Spider-Man, Hulk, Gummi Bears and the rest of our weekend friends. I don't think I've actually had Golden Grahams for... geez... probably a decade or two. With Father's ...

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How to Throw the Most Bodacious ’80s Pizza Party

"I gave her my heart. She gave me a pen." Wiser words have never been spoken on the Big Screen, and if you're a fan of John Cusack or the '80s, those two short sentences speak volumes. They come from 1989's Say Anything, which cued a perfect ending to the perfect Bubble Gum Decade. Yes, the '80s. Atari. Bubble Yum. Cartoons. Star Wars. And the land of horrifically awful (yet I loved every single one) sitcoms. If I could freeze a decade in time, it'd be the '80s. The '80s were my teen years. The end of Little League and the start of Junior High and ultimately High School. I must've mowed our lawn ...

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