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Now that you have all that leftover pesto, try blending it in the food processor with a can of rinsed white beans. Use it as a dip for crusty bread, crackers, or fresh veggies. Or, of course, you could serve it over pasta, sneaking in loads of extra vitamins, minerals, and fiber.

Now that’s a reason to strut around in your underwear. And, let’s face it–after hibernating during that lame excuse for a winter that we just had, you probably wanna get that rear back in shape. This will help.

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The hummus was spicy, as requested, so I guess that gave the crostini spread just a hint of masculinity.

In a food processor, puree a can of chick peas (rinsed well), tahini (sesame paste), chipotles in adobo (a little goes a long way), lime juice (fresh, thank you), fresh cilantro (why am I still using parenthesis?), garlic, and salt.

And there you have it! Is it hummus, really? Is it basically just a dip? Who the hell cares–it’s damn tasty.