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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This revelation comes with the arrival of Ivy, the new scullery maid who has never been in service before and who casually rejects its restrictions.
In both of these period pieces about masters and servants sharing a divided household, much of the real drama takes place in the basement kitchen and scullery.
Alternatively, the more informal and cosmopolitan 2010 Brasserie, in the former scullery of the castle, has many of the amazing features of the original scullery including two cast-iron cooking ranges dating back to the 1840''s.
Inside it includes a drawing room, dining room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, scullery, cellar, seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, dressing room and attic store.
On the menu: There are two restaurants - the Dining Room, smart and classy for a special meal - and The Scullery, like a country house kitchen.
Hannon will take charge of an especially-taking daughter of Hennessy, purchased for EUR62,000 at Goffs, and says: "For me she has the look of an ideal filly, with the head of a model and the backside of a scullery maid.
My grandmother had great memories of Dr and Mrs Manning and their grand house, where she was employed as a scullery maid and later a cook.
The laundry room is larger than the sparse scullery kitchen, with its antique stone sink.
Arabella is forced to grow up fast making family decisions and finally taking work as a scullery maid.
Emmaline heads for London to rescue Tommy, and finds work on the lowest rung of household help, as laundry scrubber and scullery maid.
Skelton was the low man answering to virtually everyone but the scullery maid.
I did get a gander at the audition tapes of half a dozen very princely types who would have charmed the glass slipper off any scullery drudge.