PORT ALLEN, La. -- Cakes and pies are selling unexpectedly well at the Piccadilly Express Cafeteria inside Hubbens Supermarket here. From the very beginning at this independent retailer's 16,000-square-foot store, Piccadilly Express' success was not all in crawfish ettouffe and beef stew. The cafeteria operation also does an excellent job here with red velvet cakes, pecan delight and lemon ice-box pies -- and birthday cakes were added this week -- said officials involved in the program. ...

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