Ace of Cakes is a reality series that follows a group of eclectic cake decorators in Baltimore, led by Food Network Challenge star Duff Goldman. With an attitude and personality more suited for rock stardom than running a specialty cakes business, Duff shuns the traditional approach to cake making and decorating. Using power tools and with the help of his artistic staff, Duff creates some of the most amazing cakes ever seen. From abstract wedding cakes to a cake shaped as a Jeep so detailed it looks like it could actually run, these cakes are more than delicious – they're works of art.
Charm City Cakes' latest assignment includes the Philadelphia Eagles' mascot who may or may not be an asset. Elsewhere, a Nikon camera cake is perfected, and everyone attends a benefit for the Make a Wish Foundation.
The crew has a variety of cakes this week: a tiki wedding cake, a couch potato and a horse cake with a pattern.
This week Mary Alice is a nervous wreck trying to keep everything straight without spilling the beans - a bride and groom have BOTH ordered surprise cakes for each other on the day of their rehearsal dinner. Ben and Elena work on a huge Humpty Dumpty bridal shower cake and the bakery staff muses on the consequences of National Egg Day.
This week Erika is tasked with creating an extravagant, 5-cakes-in-1 anniversary cake for Philadelphia's famed Mummers Parade, only to have gravity rain on her parade as full-blown cake-meltdown strikes. Duff is asked to throw out the first pitch at an Orioles game but has to be taught how to throw a ball first. And in a bakery first, Charm City Cakes is challenged to a duel by one of their clients. Will Geof be able to defend the bakery's honor?
A psychic causes havoc in Charm City Cakes. An alien wedding cake commands attention. And, Duff plays with fireworks.
Duff is commissioned to do a cake for Aflac's Pediatric Cancer Center in Atlanta. Then Duff, Geof and Elena head out to NAMM where they check out the latest and greatest in the music world and create and upright, oversized guitar for the 20th anniversary of Acoustic Guitar Magazine.
Star Wars geeks unite! Duff and his team travel to California to because they've been asked to make an R2-D2 Cake at Big Rock Ranch located at Lucasfilm for the season two wrap party for The Clone Wars. Not only do they get a behind-the-scenes look at the animation process, but a certain someone drops by the party.
A cake for Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London by Charm City Cakes.
A cake balancing contest; Betty White receives a cake for her favorite animal charity.
The Charm City crew gets in a holiday spirit by dressing up as Duff! Ben and Anna are challenged by a cake in the shape of a house getting demolished. Mary Smith pipes the ultimate Christmas stocking cake and Duff gets excited to do a pair of bridal cakes: a pineapple cake and a piece of luggage.
Lettered tiles and a cake of squares add up to a famous game replica for a mom.
Duff and crew are experiencing their busiest week to date, with 40 cakes in the offing. A birthday party requires three cakes, Starbucks asks for a holiday-themed one, and just for a change they get to create a goth one as well.
It's a week of complicated and artistic cakes that put Geof and Duff to the test with a cake interpretation of the Dance of the Veils, a renowned ski slope and a plane.
Duff employs some unusual methods to get inspiration for a Scottish wedding cake, a cake is ordered with an addition, and the team is challenged with a flower-themed cake.
A slow week with only seven cakes turns out to be more difficult than expected when the bakery seems to be cursed. Cakes include a difficult turtle, a hamburger and the Taj Mahal.
Replicas make up this week's work. First the team must create a ship, then a famous gorilla, and last is a DJ's groom's cake. Everything still must be transferred, of course, and potholes may ruin a christening.
Chaos ensues while Duff is gone, since there are 39 cakes to prepare this week, and Mary Alice must deal not only with her regular duties, but dip her finger into repairs when a broken cake comes back in. Meanwhile, Duff is having a grand old time on his version of a road trip which includes using the van as his stove.
Weddings and a birthday populate the second season premiere, as a delivery requires Duff's personal services, and the standard-bearer for groom cakes is created.
A cake for a tree lighting ceremony presided over by Duff guarantees fireworks; Geof gets to create a cake for one of his idols, a tennis star; and Duff creates a surprise for a party given by dear friends.Watch Now:Amazon
Duff and his staff head for Miami to create the bakery's largest cake ever for the Super Bowl.Watch Now:Amazon
Cirque du Soleil demands a high flying cake. The bakery designs a cake for dummies, and Duff serves as a judge at a culinary competition.
The Broadway premiere of Crybaby demands a huge cake. Geof has to create a giant skyscraper for Philadelphia. And, Duff is extremely busy when he's asked to appear on several other Food Network shows (Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Paula's Party).Watch Now:Amazon
The bakery is all fired up when they make a special cake for a firefighting contest and a giant fire breathing dragon.
Tommy envisions how to make a KITT car; Duff and Geof get a last minute birthday cake order.Watch Now:Amazon
Creating a cake for Jay Leno is the focus of this episode, and the kitchen location is pretty unbelievable. Duff also helps a restaurant celebrate a birthday, tutors some Brownies, and indulges himself while in Los Angeles.Watch Now:Amazon