BALTIMORE (AP) — “Ace of Cakes” may have been canceled, but celebrity baker Duff Goldman says he has three other projects on the back burner.

The Food Network has canceled “Ace of Cakes,” the reality show that followed Goldman and his colorful staff at Baltimore’s Charm City Cakes. The show’s 10th and final season begins airing in January.

Goldman says one of the three new TV shows he has in the works involves moving to Los Angeles to open a West Coast version of Charm City Cakes in June. He says he’s not abandoning Baltimore, but the Los Angeles bakery will help them serve the country more efficiently.

Even if the Food Network doesn’t pick up his projects, Goldman says he’ll be busy on the lecture circuit and managing his international empire.

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Comments (5)
  1. Shiggity says:

    must be moving out here to get closer to the gay community

  2. Ana Caban says:

    I love Ace of Cakes and look forward to whatever Duff does next.

  3. Mini Mousekat says:

    Thanks for the warning. I dont hate him, but he really iritates me. I dont care if he is gay or not, I just dont think that he has the talent that people seem to think that he has.

  4. Carol says:

    I love Duff and his crew. Sad to see that they have been canceled. I will be watching for whatever Duff may have in the works. Gave all of his crew the credit they deserved. Do not see that much on some of the other Cake shows.

  5. RUTH says:

    Hope they pick up a another show with him

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