Yum's January Must Haves Yum's January Must Haves January 5, 2009 Share This link Recycled Glass Servingware 3 / 8 by partysugar 2 Save 0 Favorite 1 If you resolve to be more green in 2009, consider this recycled glass servingware ($8.00-16.00). The small bowl is delightful for serving cold dips at a Super Bowl party. Previous 3 / 8 Next by partysugar 2 If you resolve to be more green in 2009, consider this recycled glass servingware ($8.00-16.00). The small bowl is delightful for serving cold dips at a Super Bowl party. ‹ Back to Homepage Save 0 Favorite 1 Follow POPSUGAR Food Pinterest Twitter Google + Instagram Featured Partners Jennifer Lopez Responds to Marc Anthony Divorce Papers The Father of Evelyn Lozada's Baby Is... Kate Sings Nursery Rhymes During Visit to Children's Hospice Penélope Cruz Reveals the One Show She Can't Get Enough Of More News at PEOPLE.com 14 Things to Love About Costco Three Great Books for Lovers of France (and Food) Martha Stewart's 1989 Letterman Appearance Proves She's The Ultimate Stepford Wife (VIDEO) 10 Foods That Are Beautiful on the Inside More News at HuffPost Taste Top Chef New Orleans Ep 9: Restaurant War Is Hell Thieves Steal $648K Worth of Wine from Seattle Shop Do Online Reviews Matter?; Private Dining Rooms in LA McDonald's Unleashes Poutine Across Canada More News at Eater popsugar live! NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now NOW Watch POPSUGAR LIVE! Now Sponsored Links Subscribe to POPSUGAR Subscribe now to get instantly addictive email delivered to your inbox! Daily Sales & Arrivals Celebrity & Entertainment Featured Shops Fitness Fashion & Beauty Living Must Have ShopStyle Search Top BrandsContainer StoreStaubCrate & BarrelNordicwareBodumMason CashWilliams-SonomaColombo Top Searchesbaking suppliesdrawer organizersoup recipespork recipesstainless cookware setpasta makergas grill partsstainless steel pots Must HavesHot ChocolateMark BittmanMenu PlanningEcoKnife SharpeningServingwareNew Year2009Pasta Maker Link Love 20 top-rated restaurants across the country ZagatWatch Gordon Ramsay and the Swedish Chef's kitchen throwdown — DelishHow to get your hands on a bottle of the elusive Pappy Van Winkle — Grub StreetA beaut of a fruitcake — America's Test Kitchen FeedThe peel-less guide to peeling that orange — HuffPost TasteJon Stewart's hilarious take on the fast food wages strike — EaterHow America learned to embrace sushi — Food52Find out what kind of wine matches your personality — Yahoo! Shine 2 Comments Sign in to leave a comment Sign in with your account Don't have an account? Create one now! POPSUGAR Food 4 years I second that chiefdishwasher. That, and not going to the supermarket when you are starving. chiefdishwasher 4 years Planning a menu is a great way to save money on your food items. You just buy what you need and say no to "impulse" buying. See More Eco News May 14, 2008 Planning a Trip? 20 Cities Global Warming Might Melt Off Map News Mar 05, 2008 Weather Channel Founder Wants to Sue Al Gore Eco Nov 04, 2013 200 Upcycling Ideas That Will Blow Your Mind DIY Aug 22, 2013 20 Things to Do With All Those Leftover Glass Baby Food Jars Eco Apr 04, 2011 Rick Bayless's Tips For Introducing Tots to Mexican Food and Greening Your Kitchen Eco May 12, 2011 Ginnifer Goodwin on Giving Up Veganism You Might Also Like videos Apr 27, 2012 Mario Batali Shows Off His Kitchen, the "Second Favorite Room" in His House consumerism Nov 06, 2013 Don't Tell Anyone: 11 Secret Starbucks Saving Tips Holiday Dec 05, 2013 101 Appetizers Perfect For Any Occasion Celebrity Dec 28, 2008 Guess Who Said It?