Turn those Thanksgiving leftovers into Thanksgiving bestovers »

For anyone who has hosted Thanksgiving at home, it is well known that leftovers are inevitable. One can only handle so much turkey and stuffing, so transforming these classic dishes into new meals is how to turn leftovers into bestovers. It can be as easy as making a sandwich with turkey, stuffing, and whatever else is lying around.  1. Sweet potatoes (candied or roasted) are a great addition to a simple salad. | 2. Repurpose those leftover veggies into a soup! | 3. The Thanksgiving kitchen sink Panini!  | 4. Turn leftover turkey and veggies into a 30-minute potpie. Serve up your bestovers with some Susty Party compostable wood... »

Keep it Natural »

Keep it natural and simple with a pop of color at your next par-tay (or Thanksgiving!). I like the pairing of these plates and the gingham goodness. Pairing these with simple white pumpkins and fun antlers might be just the way to keep things classy rustic. And those two aren't easy to pull of together. »

T-gives Straws »

I don't know about you, but I'm thinking RED, YELLOW, GRAY, and maybe even BLACK for Thanksgiving. These straws are just what I need to serve up some bourbon apple punch near a giant turkey, ya know? So get your straw shopping on right HERE. It's all about the details, ya know? We even have lil cocktail straws for in your rocks glasses. We're thoughtful like that. »

One-Pot Sweet Potato & Kale Soup »

Sweet potato and kale are endlessly verstile Fall foods; from cut fries or baked whole, and heaping salads or crunchy chips, we love them brought together in this simple one-pot soup!  This delicious vegetarian dish is perfect for dinner on a cool night and again for a chilly work-day lunch.  For an even heartier meal, add ½ cup brown basmati rice or quinoa and scoop up all the good stuff with your Susty spoon!  Sprinkle on 2 tablespoons of raw sunflower seeds for the ultimate #gooddessvibes touch from In My Bowl chef Alexandra Dawson.  Sweet Potato and Kale Soup [makes 6 servings]1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 large yellow onion, diced... »

Happy (hour) Fall Y'all! »

Every month there's occasion for celebration, and what better way to turn up the class than a bar cart!  We have #sustystyle prints and colors for every mood, season or theme you dream up.  For now, we're feelin' those amazing Fall foliage colors, like our green, yellow and natural collections.    We love how our straws can be used even to just add pops of color and look how perfect those green cups tie in with the label  Remember folks it's not about perfection, it's about connection, so gather your friend for an effortlessly stylish evening of food and drinks - that's a... »

Starry Eyed »

It's about that time where everyone starts thinking holiday style. (Ah!) But it's all good, you guys. Just get some Susty goodness and make cleanup a breeze. These elegant gray and white designs are perf for your next friendsgiving or thanksgiving or pizzagiving. So get your order in now and get ready to party it up!  Shop the gray star collection HERE. »

Target Party Time Shoppin' »

Did you know that you can shop for Susty Party goodness at Target? (Double check online if it's being sold at the one by you.) It makes sustainable partying so much easier! I like to stock up on all different color combos so that when the the spontaneous party happens, I'm ready. Honestly, I'm so crazy about the black pattern and the red gingham. They both would work great for Halloween style partying or fall-time picnic-ing. Shop the collection at your local Target! Or online! Or on our site, as always! »

Red Sauce City »

It's time for cold weather pasta that will satisfy your craving for comfort food without too many calories.  This simple but hearty sauce is packed with fiber and protein rich red lentils, ever lovely eggplant, tomato #redsaucecity, and big bunches of kale or spinach.  Upgrade that jar of plain red sauce we know you have sitting unopened on the shelf to an easy one-pot vegan meal!  For extra #goddessvibe points, the In My Bowl chef Alexandra Dawson suggests topping the final feast with 2 tablespoons of chopped walnuts - good for the brain - and look how nice our Susty fork looks with some brown rice or whole wheat pasta!... »

Donut Bother Skipping Breakfast »

In leu of a cake at your next bash, serve up donuts! Lots of sprinkles, lots of pink and yellow, and lots of Susty style. It could even be a brunch birthday! Because you see... donuts are the new cake. Shop the yellow collection HERE. »