Dark for Dinner Part 2

by Melissa

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So we did it, my little family of 3 went #DarkForDinner and guess what, it was fantastic. Just getting to spend uninterrupted time with my family is the best. Did you take the challenge?

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If you haven’t taken the challenge yet, no fear, the movement will be continuing during the next six Sunday’s. It is not to late to hop on board. I think we may even continue through the whole movement and beyond.

During our Dark for Dinner meal we took it a little further and made a yummy meal together, all technology free. We made these delicious Jerk Chicken Kabobs. They were so yummy but a little spicy. If you love spicy foods though then you should definitely try them. The recipe will be up on my blog July 21st. Until then though here is a little sneak peek.

If you love a little kick during meal time then definitely give these jerk chicken kabobs a try.

After dinner the Mr and the munchkin spent time making funny faces while I cleaned. 😉 Par for the course!

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So if you decided to take the #DarkForDinner challenge be sure to comment and let me know what exciting things you talked about or what yummy meals you made.

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Jonna Blankenship July 12, 2015 - 12:25 PM

My little family goes dark every meal, with a little conversation jar (a recycled peanut jar with questions written on little strips of paper) to keep it interesting.

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Melissa Coleman July 12, 2015 - 4:31 PM

That is a fun idea Jonna. 🙂

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