Hi Scott, for a cookpot, check out AntiGravityGear. The AGG 2L aluminum pot is great and only $13. I find it works better than the really cheap "greasepots" because the lip is rolled, making it easier to use a potgripper. Pot w/ lid weighs around 6 oz.
For bowls, I'm with Mike on the cheap food containers like Glad or Ziploc. Really light, and they come with lids. You can make a cozy for it and cut a slot in the lid to make a mug. Their also handy for things like crackers that you don't want crushed in your foodbag.
For your first aid/survival kit (I call it a Murphy kit) think about the details of your trip. Are you hiking lots of miles? If not, you don't need lots of blister management. Same if you're only out for a couple days. Is it a warm weather trip, on trails, in areas with reasonable backcountry "traffic"? If so, then lots of firestarting materials, a spaceblanket, signalling gear, etc. are not needed. For first aid, do you really need anything more than a couple bandages, maybe one telfa pad, some tape, some Ibuprofen & Immodium, and any prescrips? That's my first aid kit, and I add in a couple Micropur tabs, a needle, floss, a couple safety pins and a whistle for my complete warm weather Murphy Kit.