Scottsdale taco shop to donate funds to food bank

Gobble up tacos for a great cause this Thanksgiving at SOL Cocina in Scottsdale.

Through Wednesday, Nov. 25, SOL Cocina in Scottsdale will be selling Turkey Mole Tacos for $3 each. One-hundred percent of the proceeds of each of these tacos will go to help support local Scottsdale food bank Vista del Camino.

This seasonal inspired taco is filled with dark turkey meat on a corn tortilla with melted cheese, roasted butternut squash and mole poblano. Topped with dried cranberries, lettuce and pico de gallo salsa.

Vista del Camino is a partner with Concerned Citizens for Community Health. CCCH’s primary focus is to stimulate public awareness and promote the establishment and expansion of health and human services in the community. The organization partners closely with the city of Scottsdale Human Services Division to raise funds to prevent homelessness, increase self-sufficiency and provide basic needs to Scottsdale residents in crisis, according to a press release.

Located at the Scottsdale Quarter, SOL Mexican Cocina’s menu features Executive Chef Deborah Schneider’s bold, modern interpretations of traditional Coastal Mexican cuisine with a focus on fresh, sustainable ingredients.

For more information, visit www.solcocina.com.

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