Salsa Brava: Flagstaff Food and Marketing Photographers
Flagstaff Food and Marketing Photographers: Salsa Brava. At Salsa Brava, your food is always made to order. All of our hand-made salsas are made fresh, right here, every day. We use only all-natural, antibiotic- and hormone-free, boneless, skinless chicken, as well as trimmed top sirloin and lean pork. We hand-cut 600 pounds of fresh tomatoes every week. Our cheese is from Wisconsin, always aged.We use only 100 percent cholesterol free canola oil — no lard, no MSG, ever.
According to the Food Network Web site, the segment, “Return to Route 66,” is an eastward tour of Route 66, with stops at Salsa Brava, billed as a “family-style restaurant serving scratch-made Southwest favorites,” a diner in Albuquerque and a “joint” in Chicago. Conley said network people told him the Flagstaff segment would be the lead, because “it was the strongest of the three” restaurants profiled. “Diners, Drive- ins and Dives,” and affectionately called “Triple D” by regular viewers, is hosted by Guy Fieri. Guy was given his own show in 2006 when he beat out seven other contestants during season two of “The Next Food Network Star.” Fieri created quite a stir when he came to town Oct. 21, 2008, to shoot a segment at Salsa Brava and another at Brandy’s Restaurant & Bakery.