Yes, we also came to the second birthday blog of Fashion Snobber. It was March 13, 2015 when I officially opened the blog and embarked on this adventure on the web. Partly with your eyes closed and part with the awareness of knowing what I was doing and where I wanted to go. Eating together some good poppy seed muffins of which I share the recipe at the bottom of the post, this week will be entirely dedicated to the celebrations and themed recap on what readers and followers liked most.
The first two years of Fashion Snobber
I admit I’m not a newcomer to the web industry and the main topic I think I can afford to say I know him well enough. Above all, I think I have a well-defined personal style and taste that have allowed me to remain coherent and not compromise or baseness of any kind. Basically, not much has changed in the first two years of Fashion Snobber.
I still don’t know how to cook and I don’t know much about food. In fact, poppy seed muffins are a miracle for me.
For the rest, they are always the same, sometimes controversial and critical, the other funny and ironic. I play with everything and I laugh at her while trying in some way to transmit positive values. Always too old school, I know, but in this modern world that is falling apart I think it is better to be more rigid rather than too permissive. I fought and I will always fight for only the truth to come out. I will continue to make enemies for this but I am used to using them as a coach and I will not change.
Good second birthday
In these two years of Fashion Snobber I have put a strain on my passion for fashion and beyond. When you try to do it alone (re)starting from the bottom you never feel up to it. Fears, doubts, insecurities and anxieties take hold of you. Sometimes I admit that a bit of Xanax wouldn’t have hurt me at all. Nonetheless I have always resisted, and although I cannot guarantee that in the end I am good at what I do, or if I really have skills, at least I have always put my heart into it. For this I wish a happy second birthday to the blog and shake hands. Because I accepted the challenge and I’m still here. At the moment.
Then I congratulate the readers and hold them tightly too. Because we are a really good team. I am supported and I think I also do it in some way with them. The longest and most beautiful relationships are those when you support each other and cheer on each other. So many happy birthday wishes to you too, you and you.
For the first birthday I had prepared a cake on three floors, this year we deserve at least three poppy seed muffins each. We will think about the costume test tomorrow.
Thank you all for being there. <3
Poppy seed muffins recipe
For 12 poppy seed muffins
- 50 g of butter
- 75 g of sugar
- 1 egg
- 200 ml of milk
- 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel
- 260 g flour
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- Salt to taste
- 4 teaspoons poppy seeds
- Whipped Cream
- Work the butter at room temperature with the sugar until the mixture is light and frothy.
- Add the egg, lemon zest and milk.
- Sift the flour, baking powder and a pinch of salt and then add them to the butter and sugar.
- Work quickly, keeping the dough slightly lumpy and add the poppy seeds.
- Pour the mixture into 12 muffin cups for baking in the oven by filling them for two thirds.
- Bake in a preheated oven at 180° C until the surface of the muffins is golden brown. About twenty minutes.
- Let the poppy seed muffins cool and serve covered with whipped cream that we can color pink as I did using the common cake coloring.