So why on earth would you want to get a recipe from a Phoenix criminal defense attorney? My SEO guys tell me to blog and blog, but there’s only so many drug conspiracy and white collar crime topics that I can think about. Besides, I can shamelessly plug all the necessary keywords like Phoenix, criminal defense attorney, criminal defense lawyer, white collar crime (woops did that one already), money laundering, fraud, and more. So basically this is a test about keywords over content. That said, this recipe is an original, and I’m not big on measurements. It’s all about trial and error and cooking to your tastes.
- Fresh black beans (rinsed and drained)
- Fresh corn (cut off the cob)
- Diced red pepper
- Fresh Cilantro (go nuts with it)
- Olive Oil (a very little bit)
- Salt and Pepper
- Chili Powder
- Lime Juice
After tossing well, and taste testing, if it has a little kick and looks really colorful, then you did it right.
This can be served as a side salad or a light meal. Because it is so colorful, this summer recipe from a Phoenix criminal defense attorney can be used as a bed to lay some grilled chicken or salmon on top of.
This all said, I’m not quitting my day job as criminal defense attorney. I love cooking, but I love going to trial on fraud, murder, marijuana, cocaine, money laundering, securities fraud, bank fraud, mortgage fraud, aggravated assault, sexual assault, conspiracy, armed robbery, misconduct involving weapons, arson, theft, obstruction of justice, hindering prosecution, perjury, and other complex criminal cases in both Arizona state and federal courts.
On the other hand, I’m not giving up being a Phoenix criminal defense attorney to do SEO. You can email me directly for more recipes, but the point of this blog was to prove to my SEO guy that you can write about almost anything, and as long as you follow Google’s algorithms, you’ll have first page success.