“Make Dinner Not War” Bumper Stickers On Sale!

As promised, DALS soon-to-be world-famous “Make Dinner Not War” bumper stickers are officially on sale today! Buy them for your friends, buy them for your fundraisers, buy them for your families. But most important — buy into the message! Make Dinner!

What people are saying about the official Dinner: A Love Story bumper sticker:

“Everywhere I drive, people stop me in the middle of the street to ask me where I bought mine!” — Elena, San Francisco

“It’s on my refrigerator and always provides a great conversation starter for dinner guests!” — Caroline, Brooklyn

“Does this make me gay?” – Dick C., Wyoming

Bumper stickers cost $4 (which includes shipping). Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. 

Get your stickers right here:
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10 Comments

Amanda

Do we need to put our email in again for the newsletter or will you be sending it out to those of us that already submitted it?

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Jenny

newsletter services will hopefully commence next week — assuming there are no more snow days (i.e. get-nothing-done days) Thanks for following up!

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Susan

Yeah! I’ve been waiting to buy one. Can’t wait to put this up in our kitchen. Also bought some for friends.

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Alison Raffaldt

If anyone has a fun “Make Dinner, Not War” bumper sticker story, I would love to talk with you. I am producing a documentary called, “Politics, Religion, and Bumper Stickers,”: bumperstickermovie.com

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Candace Spencer

What a great book. After raising two successful kids, and being Nana to two more, I have always preached “eat dinner together!” However, when I was raising kids, fast food and easy prep was not so easily come by – nor was extra money for dinner out every other night. My sisters and I have all raised (or are still raising) successful kids, have careers and cook dinner almost every night. For us it is like breathing in and out.

We laugh that we are all such good cooks because mom was HORRIBLE! Still, she fixed all her girls raw vegetables and fruit just when Howdy Doody or Mickey Mouse Club came on to tide our appetites over until Dad walked in the door for dinner. A little fat (but cute) neighbor girl used to like to be over for that. One day she went home and told her mom, “Mrth. Thpenther never cookth. They eat everything raw!”

Both my son and daughter are great cooks. My daughter cooks dinner most nights while teaching and getting her Doctorate in Education. No kids of her own, but she does have an Amah who preps and cleans for her. (She and her husband live in New Delhi, India). My son, dad to two perfect kids, cooks most of the time, which is tricky. His wife and daughter do not eat any meat and only a small amount of fish. He and his son eat poultry and fish. The kids are tweens and have busy schedules including going to school and sports 35 minutes away from the house.

Enough about me…..GREAT JOB, Jenny!! I love the format, the chatty conversation. the dollhouse door and the ideas. My nieces, nephews and other various family members are all getting this book for Christmas.

It is a delight to read and many of the recipes got me re-thinking some of my stand-bys. Isn’t it nice to change things up? Thanks for the boost.

Aunt Candie

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