What is the best kitchen faucets ?

When you are planning to add beautiful stuff, then you have to take enough measures to ensure that you are adding useful things. When adding useful stuff you have the option to add beautiful things and also useful stuff that can help the chef in cooking. These things do matter even when you are cooking at the house.

Usually, many women and men have said that adding few things, which they have to access while cooking should be the top priority and considering that part. We are going to list some of the best Kitchen Faucets, which will help you access the water and wash the veggies and more within seconds.

What is The Best Kitchen Faucets?

Kitchens faucets are made using the latest technology that can help you wash your dishes or veggies smoothly. Now you are wondering why the technology is needed in the making? You will find that out at the end of the discussion.

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Hindware F280026 Faucet  (Wall Mount Installation Type)

Hindware is known for delivering Quality product in many countries. Wall mount faucet is durable, and it has taper cock which will allow you to use it much more smoothly than the regular ones. The faucet is suitable for the sink, and it has made from brass metal. The handle is well-built for control. The quality product from Hindware comes at a price of Rs.935

Renson Dzire Long Body Long Nose Royal Faucet  (Wall Mount Installation Type)

Renson is known for providing innovative designs and useful designs for different requirement. Dzire great nose faucet has bib tap, and it has controlled handle. You can use it for multiple purposes like you can use it in the Kitchen, Bathroom, Sink, and more. The metal used in the manufacturing the Dzire is brass. The only way you can install the faucet is Wall Mount. You can get this product at the price of Rs.695.

Duke BR-1011 Swan Neck Wall Cock Faucet  (Centerset Installation Type)

Duke BR has a unique design for those who have specific requirement and style. There is no doubt that faucet is made for the style, which is why the design is unique. The wall cock design  made from brass metal. The handle controlled. The most center installation type product comes at the price of Rs.695, which is reasonable.

Renson POLO-SC Deluxe Faucet  (Wall Mount Installation Type)

Reason focuses more on the unique designs, which are decorative and at the same time very useful in the kitchens and sinks. The pillar tap model has a better handle. If you are planning to use it for different purposes, like to install in the Kitchen, Bathroom, Sink, RO and more. There is no doubt that high-quality of brass metal used in the manufacturing.


Kitchen faucet are now made for multiple purposes, which are used even in the RO’s as well. You can estimate the quality used in the manufacturing of Faucets. You can decide for what purpose you want to use the faucets for. If you have any question related to the topic then you can add it to the comment section.

The Drawing Board


There is nothing scarier than a blank page. You sit and stare at it willing yourself to think of something creative to write, draw, or paint on its stark pages.
I’m back at the drawing board, sitting next to you, struggling to make sense of the picture in my head.
I seem to becoming back to this place a lot lately. My drawing gets so far, and then gets erased, only to leave that page, mockingly waiting for my next move. I don’t know the next move.
that’s OK. I don’t need too. All we both need to know is that we can make mistakes. We can mess up the page so all the white is gone, filling every available space with mistakes. The beauty of sitting at the drawing board is that there is always an eraser.
Make a mistake, rub it out, pick up the pencil and start all over again.
I see you there sitting next to me.
Welcome back to the drawing board.
NB. I turn 26 tomorrow. When did I become a grown up?

2 Ingredient Dinner – Houmous Chicken

Yep, that’s right, you can have a delicious dinner on the table in 20 minutes using only 2 ingredients.
I don’t know about you but I always seem to have a pot of half-eaten houmous in the fridge that needs using. I can’t remember where I first saw this idea. Whether it was Pinterest or a foodie magazine it doesn’t really matter, it tastes amazing.
I first made it for Mum’s birthday in July, and I was going to post the recipe {if you can call it that, it’s so easy}, immediately afterwards, but life gets in the way.
Speaking of life, I hope yours is brining you everything you could ever dream of. I feel like I need a major catch up with some of you; I am getting round blogs again, slowly but surely.
Since Dad left finances have been pretty tight. Mum only works part time, and both M and I are unemployed {fingers crossed for the interview tomorrow!} Not only is this recipe simple, easy, and healthy. It is also cheap and uses up any left overs you have in the fridge.
I used plain houmous for this, because it is what I had, but any will do. Try it with garlic, red pepper, onion, see which flavour you like the best.
You want around 1 tablespoon of houmous per chicken breast. Cover the breast, wrap loosely in aluminium foil, and cook for 20 minutes on Gas Mark 6. I served mine with just a simple garden salad, but you could try a pasta salad, potato salad, or even bake off your own potato wedges.

The Girl Who Believed She Could Change The World


There was this girl who was lost.

Lost in her own head and the world around her. Lost in her situation.
She spent months frantically searching for something to find meaning in, and eventually opened the bible that lay dusty on her shelf.
It changed her.

In that moment the girl felt just what it was like to be loved. She wanted to exude that love. She wanted to forgive with love. She wanted to love the sinner. It just took her time to realise that the sinner she needed to love the most was herself.

The girl started on a journey. One that would wreck her from the inside out. She knew it was going to be painful, but she could already see glimpses of beauty when she looked in the mirror. Her journey even took her to a different county, and back again. The journey made the girl see herself through God’s eyes, and sometimes she didn’t like what she saw.

The journey ended and the girl started to change. She forgave, she let all the hate out of her heart, and she learnt to wait.

The girl made contact. She asked for help. She built a community around her. She felt safe.

The girl could see the future, and it was shining bright.

The girl felt loved.

The girl is me.


Well here I am, off on another new adventure.
Every time I plan to go somewhere else I remember two things;
  1. How privileged I am to be able to do this for a job.
  2. How much I love escapism. I do believe that’s down to books.
Seriously, I think I could have been an escape artist the way I climb out of places when I’ve soaked up enough. If you had the means would you be the same?
I love home, and Sheffield will always be home, but there is so much more.
Some people say that I haven’t done anything with my life because I don’t have a partner, and I’ve never had a full-time job. Sometimes I believe their negativity, but most of the time I look back over old photos and e-mails and realise that actually I have done a lot with my 25 years.
I’ve travelled, not the world (yet), but I have travelled.
I’ve met so many wonderful and colourful people.
I know this is going to sound so incredibly big-headed, but I’ve touched lives.
I’ve been accepted.
I’m sorry if this post is getting a little deep for a Wednesday morning, but adventures put me in this mood.
My little brother was getting upset the other day because he was so worried about his future it was overwhelming him; he’s 18. I’m sure like me you were thinking about Uni at the age, but were you thinking about having to make as much money as possible to support yourself in later life? I think now. It sadden me to see him put himself under so much pressure. Yes, the future is something to think about, but it will also still take it’s course.
Maybe I should be a little more worried about the future, but for now I’m still young and I’m adventuring.
See you in Holland.

Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes

I love strawberries, don’t you? The only person I know who doesn’t like them is my old Uni housemate – weird!
This recipe came about thanks to an abundance of fresh strawberries, and my lack of shortcake making ability. Hey, cupcakes are WAY easier!
Whilst you enjoy making these later I am going to be sweating it out teaching children, and then sat in an interview room #sonervous #somethingsgottagive #thisgirlisbroke
Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes
Makes – 12
200g fresh strawberries, diced
2 tsp sweetener
1 tbsp lemon juice
100g plain flour
100g caster sugar
100g butter
1 tsp baking powder
2 eggs
250g butter (for frosting)
375g icing sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 6 and line a 12 hole muffin pan.
Put the strawberries in a bowl and add the sweetener and lemon juice, mix. Leave to macerate for at least 2 hours. You can even leave this overnight.
Cream together the butter and caster sugar. Once light and fluffy, around 5 minutes, add the eggs. Sift in the flour and baking powder and stir until well combined.
Spoon the mixture into cases and bake for 15-20 minutes. When lightly browned, take out of the oven and leave to cool on a wire rack.
Strain the strawberries. Macerating them draws a lot of the juice out. You want to get rid of this, because no-one likes soggy cupcakes.
When the cakes are cool cut a hole in the top, but don’t throw away the lid! Spoon a teaspoon of the strawberries into each cake and replace the lids.
Mix together the butter, icing sugar and vanilla extract until light and fluffy. Pipe onto the cupcakes and top with a piece of strawberry.
As an extra special treat, yes on top of cupcakes, I have the pleasure of introducing you to this little Lady today. Say hello to Tess.
You have to check out her bump! Seriously she has the cutest baby bump EVER. Plus she and her hubby have the sweetest love story. I even think she may be sweeter than the afore mentioned cupcakes.
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