It is the evening now and Mrs Andrews, the Cook and Jane, the Scullery Maid are still hard at work, preparing food for the next day. The cook is making chocolate puffs, can you see how they are made? The puffs have sugar in them, a very expensive ingredient that most servants did not get to eat. The sugar was made in the West Indies by enslaved (this means they were forced to work without pay) people in terrible conditions. During the Georgian period, a famous lawyer called Granville Sharpe had started to put an end to the slave trade.