scullery


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scullery

A room, generally annexed to a kitchen, used to prepare food for cooking, and/or as a pantry.
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Although he had only two chart singles -- the biggest of which was Gaye, which made it to number eight for 11 weeks and Scullery, which stayed at number 37 for five weeks, he retained a devoted following for his infrequent albums.
I hope some little old lady finds a Constable gathering dust in the back of her scullery but I can't help hoping that the "experts" spout some of my favourite sayings, which I ays think are wonderfully ambiguous.
The scullery extensions that also housed the outdoor lavatory and the coal 'ole that held a ton sometimes bought cheap off the miners who had more than they could burn.
This door leads to a family room with Inglenook fireplace and scullery plus a first floor double bedroom with cast iron fireplace and a large bathroom, converted from a double bedroom.
Ground floor accommodation in the farmhouse comprises an entrance hall, living room with inset stove, exposed beams and door leading to a cheese room, a scullery with two old washing tubs with copper bowls, a bread oven in a side wall and steps leading to a cellar and a sitting room with a built-in corner cupboard and old fashioned fire grate.
There were two bedrooms, a front room and a scullery and my aunt shared a bed with the children.
I hated it when Cameron said "we'll hear no more of that" like the lord of the manor, lowering himself to speak to a scullery maid.
She shuffled into the scullery where I heard the oven door open.
There's also a door from the dining room to the former cottage providing a family room with inglenook and scullery on the ground floor as well as a first-floor double bedroom and bathroom.
The footmen keep getting drunk and already there's a steady turnover in scullery maids who can't stand the long-hours, sheer drudgery and loneliness.
She admits her previous jobs - a prep cook in the scullery of a men's soup kitchen and pulling salmon roe in a fish cannery in Alaska - have defined her writing.
The only ray of hope in his gloomy existence is pretty and kind scullery maid Evangeline (Kelly Macdonald), who takes care of the house alongside the cook, Mrs Blatherwick (Imelda Staunton).