Fresh, easy and in fash­ion

One-dish, 10-in­gre­di­ent baked cod, tasty as it is whole­some

Ottawa Citizen - - YOU - JULIAN ARM­STRONG

Fresh, easy din­ner dishes re­quir­ing no more than 10 in­gre­di­ents are in fash­ion. A new cook­book from blog­ger Jodi Moreno of Brook­lyn, N.Y., spe­cial­izes in this type of cui­sine. More With Less: Whole Food Cook­ing Made Ir­re­sistibly Sim­ple (Roost/Penguin Ran­dom House, $47), is the name of her col­lec­tion of more than 130 recipes.

Most can be made in 30 min­utes or less, like this one-dish baked recipe she rec­om­mends for the fam­ily or a party. Some have no gluten, dairy prod­ucts, soy or pro­cessed foods. Most are sea­sonal, use only mod­est amounts of meat and cheese, and plenty of fresh veg­eta­bles, grains, nuts and seeds.

She likes to flavour her food with condi­ments and vine­gars, as fol­low­ers of her blog, whatscook­ing­good­look­ing.com, well know. Of Ital­ian back­ground, she learned to cook from her fam­ily and then went to cook­ing school be­fore open­ing her Neigh­bor­hood Stu­dio com­mu­nity kitchen. The book is beau­ti­fully de­signed. The pho­to­graphs, on the dark side, are ex­plana­tory.

RAN­DOM HOUSE ROOST/PENGUIN

Lentil To­mato Olive Baked Cod is sim­ple, tasty and takes less than 30 min­utes to pre­pare. It’s an ideal, work­day, fam­ily meal.

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