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Have Fondant, Will Travel: Ace of Cakes Canceled

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Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 11:30 AM

The Food Network announced that Ace of Cakes, the reality show that followed Duff Goldman and the staff of his Baltimore bakery, Charm City Cakes, has been canceled. Ace of Cakes will begin its 10th -- and final season -- this January. The show began in 2006.

As Goldman wrote on his Charm City Cakes blog, "Hey Kids! It's true: All good things must come to an end. Ace of Cakes' 10th season, set to air in January, will be our last... And, although we can't reveal too much yet, there are definitely plans afoot for some big things for us in the future. Some of those plans involve TV cameras, some don't. But believe you me, we aint going anywhere." According to the AP, the Food Network is developing new show concepts for Goldman. Have fondant, will travel.

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