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The “Ace of Cakes” star posted side-by-side photos of himself on Instagram, showing off his dramatic weight loss transformation over the past three months. It's been three months and I feel like these are photos of two different people.” When a fan asked how he shed the pounds, the pastry chef explained, “the old school way,” adding, “eating clean, riding my bike and lifting weights.” Goldman, 42, hasn’t been shy about his new healthy habits.
Just a few days ago he did his best Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson impression after lifting weights with his brother.
De Gustibus was founded in 1980 by Arlene Feltman Sailhac and is now owned and run by Salvatore Rizzo, former Director of House Operations and Events at the James Beard Foundation.
Who knows what surprises he might have in store, but his skill at making extraordinary cakes with sound, smoke, moving components, and other surprises is sure to amaze us. Please note that this is a fantastic culinary demonstration & learning experience, rather than a hands-on cooking class.
WTBH: You graduated from UMBC and then went to culinary school? I graduated from UMBC in ’97 with a major in history and a minor in philosophy.
I’d told my parents that I wanted to go to culinary school, and they said I had to get my undergraduate degree first.
He graduated from Sandwich High School in Massachusetts. He was hired to make biscuits and cornbread for Charleston restaurant in Baltimore. Goldman opened Charm City Cakes in 2000 and worked out of his house.
He attended the Culinary Institute of America at Greyston in Napa Valley, California. He hired architects, sculptors, and painters to work on his cakes.