SEATTLE -- Queen Anne Thriftway here has discovered that hot pumpkin soup sells bread. So do Caesar salad and garlic prawns. When Chef Jacques Boiroux, a local television personality, demonstrates entrees and appetizers made from his own recipes at Queen Anne's flagship store here, he often suggests a bread to accompany the creation. When he does, sales of the bread zoom up as much as 10 times, said T. Scott Craig, advertising manager for the two-unit, upscale independent. "This is our ...
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