ChefVille 'Tacos Especiales' Quests: Everything You Need to Knowby Brandy Shaul | Games.com1/15/13 12:55pmFiled to: Games.ComChefVilleZyngaKotakusocialEditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Hopefully, you've already made some progress in the "Stand for Tacos" quests in ChefVille, which introduced a new Taco Stand and Flour Tortilla Maker to the game, as there's another set of new quests to complete in this new taco theme. A brand new Specialty Meat Stand has launched in the store, and you can now build one of your own via the "Tacos Especiales" quests in your restaurant. We're here with a guide to getting started on these three new quests. Specialty Meats • Place and Build the Specialty Meat Stand • Collect 5 Carne Asada • Tend 12 Onions Advertisement The Specialty Meat Stand can be placed for free when starting this quest. It requires three clicks to unwrap, and from there, you'll need to collect 13 building materials with the help of friends. You'll need six Shade Awnings which are earned via a general news post on your wall, along with seven Hooks that can be earned by sending out individual requests to your neighbors.When the Stand is complete, you can harvest it once every 30 minutes to earn a specialty meat, including possibly a Carne Asada. Unfortunately, there's no guarantee that you'll receive a Carne Asada from this item, as you could collect a Chorizo instead (as an example). You also can't build a second of these, so you'll need to simply keep collecting from the same stall once every 30 minutes and hope to get lucky. Advertisement These quests will only be available for the next six days. We'll make sure to update this space when we have more info on how to complete the rest of this Tacos Especiales feature.Play ChefVille on Zynga.com >More ChefVille Coverage from Games.com• Stand for Tacos Quests Guide • Tuna Ingredient Guide • ChefVille's First Six Months Sponsored What do you think of this new Specialty Meat Stand in ChefVille? Would you take the time to build multiple stands if you knew you would be guaranteed a specific ingredient, or do you like these stands that have a "random chance" mechanic? Sound off in the Games.com comments!Republished with permission from: Brandy Shaul is an editor at Games.com Advertisement Advertisement KotakuSocial is your one-stop shop for all of Kotaku's browser, Facebook and mobile-based social game coverage. Follow @KotakuSocial on Twitter and stalk us on Facebook.