When the Pyrex bug bites, it bites hard. One offhand thrift store purchase turns into a house brimming with Crayola-colored bowls and casserole dishes, as Andrea Lutz knows all too well.
Andrea, a reporter for KTVB in Boise, Idaho, spends her off hours hunting down Pyrex in local antique shops and flea markets. But it's her younger sister, Rochelle Hartley, who got her hooked in the first place around a year ago during a joint shopping trip where Rochelle— the self described "kitchen person" of the pair—snagged her first set of Pyrex mixing bowls. Since then, "it's kind of become a family affair," Andrea jokes. "We started to notice the different styles, collections, and colors, and the value in them."