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Like the scullery maid who becomes a princess, or the stablehand who becomes a prince, the Castle at Forest Glen didn’t begin life as a castle.
Life in nineteenth-century Canada was nothing short of brutal for a poor girl from abroad, a series of debasements and scullery work.
For Rosa Lewis, a pretty Cockney who rose from scullery maid to become a caterer to the aristocracy and a favorite of Edward VII, food was the key that opened the doors of the most exclusive houses in London.
A subplot focuses on the love story between Tommy and his future wife, Meg (Ophelia Lovibond), a scullery maid with something of a tawdry past.
The oldest parts of the house are the kitchen, scullery, dining room, and library.
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SCULLERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scullery for English Language Learners
: a room that is near the kitchen in a large and usually old house and that is used for washing dishes, doing messy kitchen tasks, etc.
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