31 Days of #RealSchoolFood: Peas on Earth

Now that the holiday hustle is almost over and food comas are common throughout the land, it is time to begin looking toward 2015. New Year’s Day is but a week away and, before you know it, it will be time to think about starting next spring’s garden plants.

All my wishes for 2015 can really be summarized by this simple graphic. 

Peas on Earth1

Like so many others around the globe, I can imagine no greater gift than a more peaceful planet. If only we could ‘beat our swords into plowshares and our spears into pruning hooks.’ If only we would war no more and so that all children could have the nourishing foods they need to grow strong and well.

My dedication to #RealSchoolFood is an extension of my love of growing food, cooking food and enjoying food. While world peace may continue to elude us, I am totally confident that 2015 will bring more good news about school meals, school gardens and local foods for local districts. I am grateful for the opportunity to share that news here on this blog and School Meals That Rock on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Please join me whenever you can!

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