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A self-confessed "foodie," Lively told PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle in a recent episode of The Jess Cagle Interview about her genius burger hack: "I get one of the Manly burgers and one of the four-chili burgers [at Umami Burger]," she says."And then you cut them in half and then create one burger.
"I'm a classic guy though I like to just have the classic Krispy Creme right out of the oven too." We know the media mogul was able to shed weight while still eating bread "every single day," but there's another food she can't resist indulging in occasionally. "If I am in the right mind space and if it’s right after the season—because that’s when I do my most bad eating—I’ll take down one whole package of Oreos, the whole thing," he tells PEOPLE.Jason Hisley will be back on the Food Network next week, whipping up Willy Wonka-themed cakes.Hisley, owner and executive chef of Baltimore's La Cakerie, will compete on "Cake Wars" with an assist from Elliot Azzam, lead cake designer at La Cakerie in Towson. Jason Hisley will be back on the Food Network next week, whipping up Willy Wonka-themed cakes.Our Baltimore and Los Angeles bakeries (founded in 2011) have had the pleasure of making our awesome clients' cake dreams come true for over a decade now! Our cakes have taken us everywhere from Costa Rica to the 2008 Inauguration of President Obama, from Hollywood Premieres to working with organizations like Share Our Strength that help fight hunger all over the world. Just a few days ago he did his best Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson impression after lifting weights with his brother.
When his dream of slaying on the guitar in a rock band wasn't paying the bills, Chef Duff Goldman turned to his talents as a classically trained pastry chef and metal craftsman and founded Charm City Cakes in Baltimore, MD in 2002.
Duff Goldman, celebrity pastry chef and star of the former Food Network show "Ace of Cakes," returns to the network in a series in which he tackles familiar territory — cakes.
The new TV series, "Cake Masters," premieres April 11 and will show the Charm City Cakes owner and University of Maryland, Baltimore County alum rolling up his sleeves alongside a seasoned crew of culinary professionals in hopes of crafting the most decadent and unpredictably edible creations.
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"Cake Masters" will focus on Goldman's Los Angeles bakery.