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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - Ace Of Cakes
==Synopsis==Ace of Cakes highlights the frantic activity encompassing the production of a substantial number of custom cakes in a short period of time. The staff consists primarily of Duff Goldman's good friends who have varying personalities, making the show very humorous at times. They are frequently shown working long hours to build and decorate the cakes, yet are always making jokes to offset the alleged stress of hitting each deadline. Staff members sometimes drive the cakes to their final destinations, which can require road trips of several hundred miles. Goldman has an informal approach to running Charm City Cakes. He is known for using non-traditional cooking utensils such as blow torches, belt sanders, and power saws, and more to construct his designs. - Source: Wikipedia
Baltimore celebrity baker Duff Goldman says the cake he's baking for President Barack Obama's inaugural ball is going to be more elegant than crazy, full of stars and stripes and a whole lot of glitter.
You can build a bear, bottle your own wine, paint pottery — and now, decorate your own television-worthy cake.
You can build a bear, bottle your own wine, paint pottery _ and now, decorate your own television-worthy cake.
Celebrity baker Duff Goldman hasn't decorated his last elaborate cake, but he no longer has Food Network cameras following his every move.