The fifth annual Chile Fest menu features four entrees and a dessert for lunch; Z'Tejas will donate one dollar to the non-profit for every item guests order from the special menu.
Among the options are New Mexico chile barbacoa tacos (lunch), a green chile burger (lunch and dinner), crab avocado tostada stackers (lunch), green chile pork rellenos (lunch and dinner), spicy Baja shrimp skillet tacos (dinner), and seared chile-crusted scallops (dinner).
The featured dessert, Habanero prickly pear creme brulee, was the winning recipe created by Valley resident Merle C. Turner for July's Chile Fest Dessert Contest.
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Chile Fest takes place through September 27.