Five Friday Finds #89 | Morsels of Life

Five Friday Finds #89

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We've had going to a Phillies game on our list of fun things to do when we lived in Philly. Then we moved out of Philly without going to a game. So, we decided to remedy the situation by taking the train to Philly for a game! Neither of us had gone to a baseball game before, so it was a new experience. I'm not sure if we'll make it to any more games, but it was still nice to have gone at least once. :)




Hope you enjoy these Five Friday Finds! (Images come from the recipes and are pinned on Pinterest.)



Mexican Baked Eggs


We like Mexican around here, and we eat lots of eggs too - so why not combine the two?


Vietnamese Springrolls


The food of Vietnam ranks pretty highly for us, and these springrolls would be a perfect side or snack!


Taco Stuffed Shells

I've always wanted to make stuffed shells, and you know we like Mexican if you've been around us for long!


Raspberry Lemonade Bars

These bars sound like a perfect treat with the berries coming into season!


Chai Tea Mix

Chai's one of my favorite teas, and it'd be great to have some to mix up whenever. :)


Hope you all have a fun and delicious weekend!


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2 comments:

  1. How awesome that we were at the same game! :-) Glad for you and my daughter that the Phils gave you a victory for your first game! :-) :-) I no longer live in the city but we are close enough to drive in or take the train. What would I like to see there that I have never seen? Probably the Constitution Center. There are also a couple of museums that are on my perpetual "to-do" list. :-) Hope you have a great weekend.

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  2. It's a small world! Philly's got a lot of historical stuff to check out, and the Constitution Center sounds like it could be interesting. We don't live in Philly anymore either, but it's a train ride away. Thanks for stopping by. :)

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