Easy Cherry Chocolate Yogurt Bowl

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Indulge in an Easy Cherry Chocolate Yogurt Bowl for dessert tonight.

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When I write a blog post, I pretend that no one I know is reading because sharing snippets of my life is just easier that way. I’m usually very reserved until I get to know someone, but oddly, I find it less intimidating to write for strangers than for people who know me.

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Za’atar and Caramelized Onion Zucchini Galette with Goat Cheese

Za’atar and Caramelized Onion Zucchini Galette with Goat Cheese Recipe

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