Join Ace of Taste Duff Goldman for Sweet and Savory Family-Friendly Recipes

Baker extraordinaire Duff is kicking off an all-new cooking show beginning Sunday, April 24 at 12|11c.

April 04, 2022

Host Duff Goldman with choux pastry buns as seen on Ace of Taste, Season 1.

Photo by: Rob Pryce

Rob Pryce

You know him as the Ace of Cakes, a judge on multiple Baking Champions and, of course, a fierce competitor on Buddy vs. Duff. Now get ready to meet Duff Goldman as you’ve never seen him before, the one and only Ace of Taste.

On this all-new series premiering Sunday, April 24 at 12|11c, Duff will show fans how he really eats and cooks when he’s off the clock. This isn’t the time for fancy tiered cakes and elaborate designs. Instead, Duff’s whipping up sweet *and* savory meals for his wife and young daughter when they’re hanging out at home in LA. Instead of a towering, custom-created mechanical cake, he’s in the kitchen making things like easy weekday breakfasts, fuss-free dinners and tons of snacks, each showcasing his signature creativity and whimsical flair. Of course, there will be a few desserts sprinkled throughout Duff’s menus. But they’re all a cinch to make so even novice bakers can look like pros in the kitchen.

Mark your calendars for the premiere of Ace of Taste on Sunday, April 24 at 12|11c.

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