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“Ace of Cakes” Creates “Star Trek: The Cake” May 25, 2008

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Fan Productions,TOS,Trek Franchise , trackback

The Food Network airs a reality show called “The Ace of Cakes” which focuses on a Baltimore bakery run by baker Duff Goldman, who turns out to be a Trek fan. The show often features custom specialty cakes and a producer for the show sent TrekMovie some exclusive preview pics of a special Star Trek cake that will be featured in an upcoming episode.

Here are a couple of shots of the Trek cake (click to enlarge)

More cake geekery
The Trek cake is not the first franchise that Duff Goldman’s bakery has taken on. In the past they have done Harry Potter, Star Wars and others. Duff was profiled by StarWars.com for his Star Wars cakes, and was also profiled by our friends at Geek Magazine.


Clip from The Potter cake episode

The fourth season Ace of Cakes is airing now on the Food Network Thursdays at 10PM. The Trek cake episode should air sometime in the fall with the fifth season. More info at the official site.

UPDATE: NOTE TO VISITORS FROM io9, LA Times, etc….
Some websites have noted comments below as some kind of proof that Trekkies take things too seriously. The irony is that the one they point out, from Sean calling the cake a ‘disaster’ was a joke, as he notes on his blog. Nitpicking is a sport amongst Trekkies and Sean was just parodying that. No one here is taking the cake too seriously, but apparently some other sites are taking the comments too seriously.

Comments

1. Leonel - May 25, 2008

Cute!

2. Daren Doc - May 25, 2008

this is awesome… “Ace of Cakes” is one of the few shows that I watch on TV, actually. :)

3. Phil123 - May 25, 2008

cake doesn’t look that appetising. but cool though

4. Natalie - May 25, 2008

That’s too awesome!!

5. Adam Cohen - May 25, 2008

And my birthday is in a few days! Anthony, you shouldn’t have!

6. sean - May 25, 2008

THIS IS A DISASTER I CAN’T BELIEVE THEY PUT SCOTTY IN THE NAVIGATOR’S POSITION I CAN’T BELIEVE THESE PEOPLE ARE SO CLUELESS ABOUT THE BASICS OF STAR TREK THIS IS A DISASTER

7. John - May 25, 2008

Don’t forget the Saturday Night Live sketch where Patrick Stewart worked in a bakery that made erotic cakes. He kept changing the peoples orders to be a woman going to the bathroom.

8. As Far As Larry - May 25, 2008

The way he is leaning on the arm rest with that smirk on his face is great :)

9. Michelle - May 25, 2008

That cake looks so neat, that I wouldn’t want to eat it!

10. Thomas - May 25, 2008

I noticed the redshirt in the navigator’s seat too, but all things considered, a minor thing. The cake looks great, especially the smirking Kirk.

11. shatners-basson - May 25, 2008

The redshirt guy is Mr Leslie!

My mum made me an Enterprise cake back when i was 12. It looked a bit more tasty than that to be honest!

12. Sean - May 25, 2008

lol #6 has a point. Scotty and Uhura are not in the right spots and Chekov is nowhere to be found. Even before Chekov came onto the show Scotty didn’t sit there.

13. Adam E - May 25, 2008

Any idea what the price tag is on this?

I think it’s crazy that they could make a reality show about baking cakes!

14. Tim - May 25, 2008

Ugh Sean you make us look all INSANE! It’s a cake…nothing more…it’s not meant to be canon. Just relax dude. Who gives a frak if the small little cake people are not sitting in the right chair. Lords of Kobol protect us all! If anyone saw the G4 Star Trek ads they ran then we all know that Spock doesn’t have a sanctuary where Scotty DJs

Secondly, Adam, I’d rather watch a show about baking unique cakes on the FOOD NETWORK than a show about 12 women who want to find a farmer for a husband.

15. Marlena Moreau - May 25, 2008

That’s too cute! I love Ace of Cakes. Everyone on the show seems so nerdy (in a good way) and fun!

16. caz316 - May 25, 2008

i want one of those for birthday

17. Adam E - May 25, 2008

RE: 14
Tim,
“…Adam, I’d rather watch a show about baking unique cakes on the FOOD NETWORK than a show about 12 women who want to find a farmer for a husband.’

LOL…agreed – some of these shows are rediculous, I’m not saying “Ace of Cakes” is a bad show – it’s just amazing what they can turn into a TV show these days.

18. Navigator NCC 2120 USS Entente - May 25, 2008

“12. Sean – May 25, 2008

lol #6 has a point. Scotty and Uhura are not in the right spots and Chekov is nowhere to be found. Even before Chekov came onto the show Scotty didn’t sit there.”

Actually Sean, Scotty DID sit at the Navigator’s Station on the bridge at the end of the second pilot “Where No Man Has Gone Before” because Navigator Gary Mitchel was dead. There is a picture of it at http://www.trekcore.com. I tried to post the link to the picture but it did not work.

Navigator NCC-2120 USS Entente
/\

19. steve623 - May 25, 2008

“That cake looks so neat, that I wouldn’t want to eat it!”

I wouldn’t worry about it. Most of the cakes they make on the show are more like sculptures made out of some food-like products. A lot of the cakes they make are styrafoam and rice crispie treats covered with fondant. Not too appetizing.

20. Anthony Pascale - May 25, 2008

I am going to assume sean was joking around, regardless no need for all caps…a pet peeve of mine.

btw….i just spoke to Senator Vreenak about this….he was very excited and looks forward to getting a piece of caaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaake

21. MORN SPEAKS - May 25, 2008

Mmmmmmmmm……yum non canon cake! : )

22. FREAKAZOID - May 25, 2008

#19 – your nuts! Where do you get your mis-information? A friend of mine has been to the place and I can assure you they are 100% edible cakes!

23. classictrek - May 25, 2008

i cant believe some people are getting uptight about this flippin cake. its rediculous!! there are far more important things in this world to get uptight about like famine, disease, discrimination, war, poverty, and so on.

if they are going to get upset about this then what chance does JJ abrams got for this movie. think about the vastness of the universe, think of the millions of years of evolution of this planet etc ……………………………….then look at your comments. it really doesnt matter.

BTW a fab cake and id love that for my birthday!! i wouldnt want to ruin it tho.
cheers
classic trek UK

24. Fansince9 - May 25, 2008

I wonder how much a cake like that would cost? I live nowhere close to Baltimore, but if a baker around here could do something like that, imagine what a cool birthday cake that would be!

25. The Underpants Monster - May 25, 2008

I hope they got the buttercream/antibuttercream intermix ratio right. Otherwise that thing could blow sky-high like a volcano cake at a six-year-old’s birthday!

26. CmdrR - May 25, 2008

They should bake em all with red shirts, cause they’re gonna go fast.

MMMMMMmmmmm… Starfleet Cake.

27. Kalabro - May 25, 2008

Mmmm…caaaaaaaaaaaaaake.

Other things that cake got wrong:
1. The captain’s chair is not precisely in the center.
2. There isn’t a second level separating the science/com/engineering stations from the captain’s chair and helm.
3. Uhura is all wrong.

Epic fail!

(I am totally kidding, btw–except for the “mmm” part…seriously, everybody loves cake.)

28. Kevin Rubio - May 25, 2008

Yeah, I had been in discussions with Duff’s Brother Will about Ace of Cakes coming on the Star Trek Phase II set and doing a cake for us, but they’re doing 4 Hollywood premiere cakes in June (thanks to the Harry Potter Cake above) and they weren’t going to be able to fit us into the schedule- big disappointment, but that’s the way the cookie…er, cake crumbles.

29. Thelin - May 25, 2008

MMMMM! Edible star charts. What flavor I wonder.

30. steve623 - May 25, 2008

“#19 – your nuts! Where do you get your mis-information? A friend of mine has been to the place and I can assure you they are 100% edible cakes!”

First of all, thank you for the comment about my nuts. Second, watch the show. Its all wooden skewers, rice crispie treats, styrafoam and fondant. with a little bit of real cake here and there. A lot of customers get a show cake to look at and sheet cake to eat. I have friends in Baltimore who know of which they speak. And, again, thank you for acknowledging my nuts.

31. The Underpants Monster - May 25, 2008

Cellular peptide flavor. With mint frosting.

32. Capt. Pike - May 25, 2008

lol, @ steve623, maybe YOU should watch the show more closely, crispy treats are so rarely used by Charm City Cakes that they’re in less than 1 percent of all their cakes. These guys make over 40 cakes a week, at best, what, THREE, maybe FOUR get featured on the show, and they’re usually the more extravagant ones – i.e. more tv friendly. On top of that, almost every bakery delivers extra sheet cakes to eat when requested… As for fondant and “skewers”, criticizing a cake for use of fondant is like criticizing it for using flour, or sugar, or egg – fondant is a standard ingredient in specialty cakes.

33. Ensign Ro- (Short for Roland) - May 25, 2008

#20 – Anthony….

“btw….i just spoke to Senator Vreenak about this….he was very excited and looks forward to getting a piece of caaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaake”

LMAO! Too freakin’ funny! I haven’t posted here in weeks, but that one definately deserved some notice. You and your staff are class acts…keep up the wonderful work.

34. Ensign Ro- (Short for Roland) - May 25, 2008

Oh, and concerning the show Ace of Cakes. It’s the only show on Food Network that I truly enjoy. The cast is both extremely talented and unique. Duff hired creative friends for his bakery and it worked for him. Not only are he and his staff the most sought after specialty cake designers but they are featured on a TV series. Kudos to them. They are all artists and a lot of fun to watch.

35. steve623 - May 25, 2008

“These guys make over 40 cakes a week, at best, what, THREE, maybe FOUR get featured on the show, and they’re usually the more extravagant ones – i.e. more tv friendly.”

Like the Star Trek one Michelle said looked so neat she wouldn’t want to eat it, but since its mostly fondant and rice crispies, she wouldn’t want to bother, which is what I was talking about in the first place. But if your idea of tasty cake is skewers and fondant and tooth-shattering marzipan Spocks, knock yourself out, Captain. Beep once for yes and twice for no if you want seconds!

36. Anthony Pascale - May 25, 2008

you know what steve…that is just enough. This is a cake and star trek and you are really bordering on trolling and certainly living up to the trekkie nitpicking stereotype. These people were nice enough to share this in advance with the fans and we really don’t need your negativity here.

to paraphrase The Shat “It’s Just A Cake!”

37. Kayla Iacovino - May 25, 2008

This cake is incredible! My friends and I recently baked and decorated a Borg Cube cake for a friend’s Star Trek themed bday party. Check out my blog for pics! It was so fun to make and even more fun to consume! (theutensils [dot] com)

38. Gary Seven of Nine - May 26, 2008

Sean:

“Have you ever kissed a girl??!?!?!?!?!”

It’s an F-in cake. Turn-off your caps lock and and stop making trekkers look like such OCD losers.

39. brady - May 26, 2008

#2 Why dont you do a remastered cake and show us how it should have been done lol.

40. Capt. Pike - May 26, 2008

“since its mostly fondant and rice crispies”

[Sigh] Really? Are you talking about the Star Trek cake? How would YOU know what it’s made of? Do you work at Charm City Cakes? Sure looks like cake and fondant to me. And no cake it “mostly fondant.” Do your homework.

41. bgiles73 - May 26, 2008

I’m sure Scotty likes to drive as much as the next guy! All that time tweaking the engines and not even getting to drive? I think not! People need to lighten up and get off of this canon trip! I’m sick of hearing the bad reviews on Star Wars, Star Trek and now Indiana Jones. It’s fan boy whining driving the masses away!

42. Erik - May 26, 2008

Is this web site ran by communists???

Can’t say “First”, can’t use “All Caps”, basically you can’t say anything that Anthony doesn’t want you to say.

I like this website, but I can find my trek news elsewhere.

I’m betting Anthony, that you live in California. Not much is legal there, either.

43. Judy's desserts - May 26, 2008

I bake cakes…..we try to keep as much as possible edible. But sometimes, in the interest of making an awe-inspiring event cake, there will be skewers, dowels, rice krispies, wooden parts, wire, gum paste, fondant, lots of fondant.
Again, as much as possible will be edible.
Nothing wrong with that. The customer knows up front and we know how many people to feed so you just adjust accordingly, even if it means making an extra sheet cake to eat and keep the pricey cake for gazing upon.
As for price, I would guess that cake in the $500 range, and that may be a conservative estimate. If you are really interested, check out his website.

44. Dr. Image - May 26, 2008

Some of these threads are classic. This is one of them.
Now that I’ve stopped laughing, I’ll just say- great cake, Duff!

45. garen - May 26, 2008

someone mentioned the Patrick Stewart on SNL “erotic cake” sketch….

me and a friend of mine have just recently been scouring the internet to find that clip. We saw it the first time around back in the early nineties (estimate) and have been trying to find it online!

if ANYONE can come up with it…that would be awesome!

46. bmar - May 27, 2008

Hey all –

I actually live in the Baltimore area, and have met with Duff and the gang at Charm City. A few facts:

1. Yes, the cakes are, for the most part, edible and delicious. We met with them and then had a tasting of several different types of cake that you can choose from.
2. Yes, they are expensive. Very expensive. Down payment on a car expensive. (#43 Judy’s Deserts…you’re WAY off!! ;) ) As a matter of fact, we are having one made for my son’s 13th birthday, and I was rather stunned at the price (but what the hell, huh? You only go around once and every so often, who can fault you for a little over the top extravagance?) I look at it as buying an edible piece of art.
3. I also know the folks that produce the TV show (a great bunch of people) and one of them is a big Trek fan as well.

Bmar

47. cardnut - May 27, 2008

Beautiful!! Just beautiful!!

I want one for my birthday next year!!

And remember guys – IT’S A CAKE!!! Get a freakin life if you see more than that!!

48. Fallen_62 - May 27, 2008

I’m just waiting to see the response that #42 is ganna get… I was once a webmaster for GWOnline.Net, and let me tell you that comments like that were never tolerated. Do you have any idea what it takes to run a website of this magnitude?! You can’t do anything that Anthony doesn’t want because, guess what, it’s his site! If there were no rules, things would be running amok.

Be thankful that people like him have the ability to run sites like this. Your other sources for Star Trek news probably won’t tolerate talking like that either, so I would keep a lid on it if I were you.

Oh, and that cake is awesome :D I wish I had one… But, like others, I wouldn’t wanna eat it : /

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50. Captain Robert April - May 27, 2008

Mr. Sulu, lay in a course for “tasty”….

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52. Erik - May 27, 2008

On those other sites, you can say “first” and use all caps if you want to……….

53. Katie G. - May 27, 2008

#42. Erik

“I’m betting Anthony, that you live in California. Not much is legal there, either.”

And I’ll bet, Erik, that you have rules that you enforce when people visit your home.

#52. Erik

“On those other sites, you can say “first” and use all caps if you want to……….”

Interesting attitude. Visit someone in their home and tell them they have to do things your way. Hmmmm…

Feel free to leave any time. We won’t take it personally.

kg

54. Katie G. - May 27, 2008

#48. Fallen_62

“You can’t do anything that Anthony doesn’t want because, guess what, it’s his site!”

Oops. Didn’t see your post until now. Well said. I have my own ideas on what should or shouldn’t be allowed but IT’S NOT MY SITE!

If I don’t like it, I’ll have to go elsewhere. And I have been elsewhere and prefer it here.

kg

55. Katie G. - May 27, 2008

#20. Anthony Pascale

LOL!!

Bet it’s not a faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaake!

kg

56. ChurchHatesTucker - May 28, 2008

Naturally Uhura and Scotty are in the wrong positions. The cake is, of course, a lie.

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58. Deacon Blues - May 28, 2008

I don’t know why so many people are getting in such a lather over this cake.

I mean, we all know the cake is a lie, right?

(Sorry – someone had to!)

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Hey, I live in California! I like it here.

I would take this cake anyday!

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63. Gerrie - May 28, 2008

It’s a lovely cake, no matter who’s sitting where!
Chill out people!
Remember what Deanna Troi said to Data:
“Sometimes a cake — is just a cake!”

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What is needed is a Lego Star Trek Video game. Use the figures from the cake as model for charactors.

66. Go Spock! - May 29, 2008

Wow! That is amazing!

67. Go Spock! - May 29, 2008

65 – that IS a fascinating idea…

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70. Paul - June 2, 2008

You people have to be freaking kidding me? I am a Star Trek Fan but its a F@#$%@#$ cake people. Holy Hell! Eat it and enjoy it. Who cares who is sitting where?

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72. JTS - June 3, 2008

I just saw the cake is one sale on ebay here is the link :

It was a groomscake at a wedding!

73. JTS - June 3, 2008

Sorry could not post the link.

74. Kirk - June 5, 2008

http://www.charmcitycakes.com/

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76. cindy - July 23, 2008

Ace of Cakes is the only show me and my kids watch when ever it is on. We love you all.
Just waiting until they make a cake of lady liberty.

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any one else think Sean’s comment was inserted to give this thread meme status?
got mentioned on sci-fi surplus too

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I am your number one fan!!!!!!!!!!!!
how much is one of your cakes

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“THIS IS A DISASTER I CAN’T BELIEVE THEY PUT SCOTTY IN THE NAVIGATOR’S POSITION I CAN’T BELIEVE THESE PEOPLE ARE SO CLUELESS ABOUT THE BASICS OF STAR TREK THIS IS A DISASTER”

Millions of years of evolution lead from single celled-organisms without brains, to animals, to this.

Life is so repetitive.

87. ASPYR - June 19, 2009

The cake is a lie

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90. Tony - July 2, 2009

LOL @ ASPYR!! Portal reference

Cake looks great.
Ace of Cakes is a fantastic show, it’s not based on retarted people backstabbing eachother, and at each others throats like most reality shows.

I would like to see a Starship cake, any of the Enterprises or my personal favorite the Defiant.
Ive seen the Star Destroyer and Slave 1, those were sweet. No pun

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