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60 Delicious Detox Dishes

by Nick

With Football season in full swing and baseball playoffs happening, I’ve found that my weekends and sometimes week nights are spent eating a lot of excellent (but not excellent for you) food and drinking copious amounts of beer.

I definitely enjoy a good plate of wings (check back on Thursday for an example) and a beer or a few, but after many days of that, my body is usually screaming for some sort of veggie besides celery dipped in blue cheese dressing.

So over the weekend I set out on a Internet hunt of sorts to find 60 dishes that might help you detox after a long weekend of excess. Why 60? Well, because it fits nicely in a 20 by 3 square of photos.

Make a few of these and your body can thank me later.

Arugula Files: Summer Squash and Cornbread PanzanellaOur Best Bites: Butternut Squash SoupPicky Cook: Grapefruit Avocado and Kumquat Salad
Sassy Radish: Roasted Cauliflower with Indian SpicesSummer Tomato: Spicy Carrot Ginger SoupEndless Simmer: 10 Minutes Mango Salsa
We Are Never Full: Avgolemono SoupThe Bitten Word: Arugula Salad with Grilled Chicken, Corn, and TomatoesKalofagas: Zucchini Salad with Feta and Mint
Bouchon For 2: Thai Spot Prawn CevicheChez Us: Spring RollsErin Cooks: Basic Bran Muffins
Ezra Pound Cake: Chipotle-Lime ShrimpFood Loves Writing: Lemon Rice-Parsley SaladRecipe Girl: Tuscan Vegetable Soup
Sugar Laws: Eggplant CaponataThe Food in my Beard: Sun-dried Tomato and Cauliflower PestoStart Cooking: Pomegranate Seeds with Yogurt and Honey
The Perfect Pantry: Low-Carb PastaSippity Sup: Sent-a-mint-al TunaEvery Food Fits: Applesauce from Scratch
Greedy Gourmet: Bell Peppers Stuffed with CouscousNo Recipes: Poached Tomato and Zucchini "Soba"Two Peas and Their Pod: Soba Noodles with Veggies
Inspired 2 Cook: Chilled Sesame AsparagusStylish Cuisine: Very Green Broccoli SoupFramed: Watermelon, Tomato, Basil Salad
Healthy Eating Naturally: Kale ChipsAromas y Sabores: Healthy Mango and Coconut SmoothieStephanie Cooks: Black Bean and Corn Salsa
Blog Chef: Sesame NoodlesWheat Berry SaladGive Recipe: Zucchini Soup
Steamy Kitchen: Grilled Whole Fish with Chili Soy SaucePinch My Salt: Steel Cut OatsIm A Food Blog: White Gazpacho
Simply Recipes: Kale with Seaweed, Sesame, and GingerThe Hungry Mouse: Classic Bread and Butter PicklesBlue Kitchen: Corn, Cannellini and Tomatoes
Dandy Sugar: Good Morning Granola SmoothieSavory Sweet Life: Strawberry and Spinach SaladNot Quite Nigella: Healthy Beetroot Dip
The Salad Girl: A Healthy Stir-FryBabe in the City: Prawn Fried RicePham Fatale: Wild Rice and Orzo Salad
Greedy Gourmand: Porridge with Strawberry and Banana BruleeDragons Kitchen: Herb Crusted Lamb with Minted PeasCooking Photographer: Grilled Brussel Sprouts
Bon Vivant: Spiced Pumpkin Lentil SaladImperrfections: Tortellini Soup with Garlic and RosemaryNatalie's Killer Cuisine: Blueberry Smoothie
Former Chef: Coriander Crusted Tuna with Cucumber SlawHappy Tummy: Curried Black Beans with Sweet Potatoes and ChardCucumber Soup with Cubanelles
Foodbeam: Ratatouille au FourLove and Olive Oil: Tuscan White Bean SaladNot Without Salt: Fresh Pea Soup
The Purple Foodie: Grilled Chicken and Veggie PastaSeven Spoons: Roasted Asparagus SoupSmitten Kitchen: Broccoli Slaw

Phew! Ok. I have to say that that took me longer than I’d like to admit. But I think it’s a very nice little collection of healthy and, for the most part, very simple recipes! Do your body a favor and check out a few of them.

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25 comments on “60 Delicious Detox Dishes

  1. Thank you for this! Makes me want to start a detox diet today. . .I think I might just do that and blog about it!

  2. I definitely need this too…a football n' ribs weekend was fun at the time but now I need something a little more holistic. Thanks for compiling!

  3. All look really neat Where to start…

    luckily I got my moms magic bullet, smoothies do work bananas too add taste And texture

    I'm a new blogger. Very interesting

    go Phillies!!!

  4. Glad everyone likes the little roundup of health!

    And just so there isn't any confusion, most of the photos (minus 2) are not mine. They are photos from the original posts. If you hover over each photo it should show attribution info for each photo and link to the original post obviously.

  5. An excellent collection of healthy foods. Thank you for including my Zucchini Soup in your list and for sharing these lovely blogs. I can't wait to go check all of them now. By the way, I'm planning to make your Chicken and Dumplings at the weekend. Sounds like the best remedy for the cold with so much curative flavors.

  6. Thanks so much for including my bran muffins in this post! When I saw your link in my referrals I was seriously perplexed and wondered what on earth I'd actually made that was good for people ;) I forgot about this one. Nice job!

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