Women's Health

Conquer Your Kitchen

“The only way I can make veggies taste good is by smothering them in cheese. How can I add more flavorful produce to my plate?”

Three ways: broiling, roasting, and grilling. All guarantee a touch of crispy char, which renders

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Women's Health

Women's Health2 min readFood & Wine
The Foodie
ROAD TRIP Portland might be coffee goodness, but it’s a major player in the sustainable-food movement too. Must-visits, all dedicated to thoughtful, local sourcing: Farm Spirit, Tasty n Daughters, Bullard, and Ava Gene’s. See what Oregon pinot noir’s
Women's Health2 min read
MOVING Forward
WHEN ABBY WAMBACH cocaptained the U.S. Women’s National Team to World Cup victory in 2015, the soccer player solidified her iconic status. She retired soon after and found herself standing on stages with other renowned athletes, often men. And that’s
Women's Health2 min read
The Solo Adventurer
STATESIDE ESCAPE Tennessee You could fill a whole day—and step count—museum-hopping (Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium), following your ears (into Broadway bars featuring live jazz and country, a.k.a. honky-tonks), and eating (Martin’s BBQ