So, Friday was date night so Royce spent the night at his grandparent’s house. The next morning Kevin kept this super secret about where we were gonna go for breakfast. I got all dolled up and off we went. We drove out of our neighborhood and made our way towards the highway. Or did we? Nope, Kevin stopped right there at this cute cafe called Cafezinho. We’ve passed by it multiple times because we literally live down the street. It always looked pretty busy on the outside and I’ve always wanted to try it. So here we were! Cafezinho is a small cafe and restaurant located in Selma, TX that is family owned. Everyone there was so friendly and ensured our breakfast experience was great.
Sometimes I underestimate myself in the kitchen. I don’t have much confidence in whipping stuff together from the top of my head like my husband does. He is able to think up something from who knows where and make it so delicious. We were planning a crab cake dinner for Kevin’s parents and we thought mac & cheese would be a nice touch as a side. As tempted as I was to feed off of someones recipe, Kevin changed my mind. He told me NOT to look up any recipes and to use my imagination. As I said, I’m not so confident in the kitchen. I usually take a glance at other people’s ideas to make my own ideas, especially when I’m cooking for other people other than my husband. Fortunately, making up this entire dish worked out for the best and came out fantastic. Here is how I made my white truffle mac & cheese.