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TV's 'Ace of Cakes' Could Soon Charm Los Angeles

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Duff Goldman made a name for himself thanks to his artful, whimsical cakes and a foodreality show set at his Baltimore bakery, Charm City Cakes. But the Food Network gave "Ace of Cakes" the ax after 10 seasons, and now Goldman is California dreamin', says CBS2. The cake maker is hoping his creations will charm Angelenos; he says he has three TV projects in the works, including a new show about "moving to Los Angeles to open a West Coast version of Charm City Cakes in June."

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