Have you ever met penguin cupcakes family? No? Then let me introduce you young penguin couple with their cute son 🙂 They decided to jump on our kitchen table directly from South Pole.
A few days ago, looking through some files on my hard disk, I found a folder with my first „attempts“ of food photography. It was soooo fun watching the bad attempts maid by my old compact camera in a badly lit kitchen. I have really gone a long way in these three years.
Yes, maybe you didn’t know that my first blogging attempt was with a blog on which I wanted only to give out cupcakes recipes almost three years ago. In those days, I loved cupcakes and was delighted by the fantastic posts on the Your Cup of Cakes blog. But, after some 10-15 recipes, figured out that my photos are not on the level of that great blog and a few others that I loved reading at that time. I wanted to give up on blogging.
But, my husband gave me a push, he gave me wings and so here I am in a new blogging story which you are reading at this very moment. But this time, with a new camera, and a much better lens along with a ton of articles on photography, blogging and similar things that I have read.
Looking at my old photos, I still found one really beautiful. Maybe the quality was not too great, but the idea looked to me as it looks now – very interesting. It were beautiful chocolate cupcakes which I made in honour of the coming winter and new year festivities. They were made of fondant and I garnished them so they would look like a family of penguins. My sweet little family was made of mom, dad, and a little „son“ Penguin Cupcakes . Really sweet. I remember that these cupcakes stood for a long time as a decoration in the kitchen and were simply never eaten.
Since this post is not on the internet for a long time, I decided to revive my sweet little family of Penguin Cupcakes and post this ancient photo in honour of the coming winter holidays as well as in honour of my whole blogging story.
Of course, for all of you that like this, the instructions are here and I hope that my little family of penguins will decorate many kitchens this winter. Enjoy!!!