Ace of Cakes

Hosted by Duff Goldman
Thursday Nights 4a|3c
Ace of Cakes
Ace of Cakes Behind the Scenes
(02:25)

Go behind the scenes as the crew visits the Hershey factory and school.

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  • It's a rocket-powered week as Chef Duff plans to launch the first ever rocket cake. Will it survive its voyage into space and its return to earth? First, it's high-flying hi-jinks with the Blue Angels as Duff gets some rocket lessons turning zero-G's in "Fat Albert."

  • Mary Alice gets a personal tour of Geof's hometown when the two deliver a cake for "Relay for Life." Duff rocks out with the choir of PS22 when he takes a Grammy-inspired cake to New York's famous singing public school.

  • Chef Duff and his staff of decorators hit the high seas (or maybe it's the Port of Baltimore) for a boating adventure in order to create a stellar sailing cake. And the bakery mourns the loss of a renowned landmark when a hot dog stand surprise cake is cancelled after the location burns down the morning of their 70th anniversary!

About the Host

Ace of Cakes' Duff Goldman started cooking at 4, when his mom caught him swinging around a cleaver while watching Chef Tell on TV.

About the Show

Meet Chef Duff. Shaping cakes with drill saws and blowtorches, and staffing his bakery with fellow rock musicians, he's not your typical baker. However, he's one of the most sought-after decorative cake makers in the country. Every week at Charm City Cakes in Baltimore, Duff and his team of artists try to meet the demands of creating up to 20 cakes a week, some of which take up to 29 hours to build! From a tilted Dr. Seuss-like seven-tiered wedding cake to an almost perfect replica of Wrigley Field, Duff can build it. Go behind the scenes to see how he and his fellow cake bakers dish up sugar and spice in the most unexpected and entertaining ways.

More About Ace of Cakes

Meet Chef Duff. Shaping cakes with drill saws and blowtorches, and staffing his bakery with fellow rock musicians, he's not your typical baker. However, he's one of the most sought-after decorative cake makers in the country. Every week at Charm City Cakes in Baltimore, Duff and his team of artists try to meet the demands of creating up to 20 cakes a week, some of which take up to 29 hours to build! From a tilted Dr. Seuss-like seven-tiered wedding cake to an almost perfect replica of Wrigley Field, Duff can build it. Go behind the scenes to see how he and his fellow cake bakers dish up sugar and spice in the most unexpected and entertaining ways.