Ace of Cakes

Season 4 Episode 1

The Harry Potter Cake

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jan 24, 2008 on Food Network
9.5
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The Harry Potter Cake
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When the bakery is asked to create a cake for the LA premiere of Harry Potter, Duff and the gang go all out to create a complete Hogwarts.

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  • Another amazing cake by Charm City Cakes!

    9.8
    They get to make the cake for the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Movie Premire in Los Angles. The Warner Brothers company wanted the Hogwarts Castleto be on edible, but the Hogwarts grounds could be made of anything they wanted. It takes weeks just to make the Hogwarts replica. Duff then takes it cross country in an RV to transport it from Boston, Massachusetts to Los Angeles, California. Everything that could have gone wrong happened. Flat tires, low fluid, bad tire pressure,and no gas. Finally in Los Angeles they take it to a culinary school to put it all together. They were able to walk the red carpet into the movie premere, meet the celebraties, and go to the afterparty for some games and prizes. Everyone was amazed at how well the cake turned out.moreless
  • Duff gets to make the Hogwarts Castle and go cross country.

    9.8
    I'm a die hard Harry Potter fan so this episode just took the cake (no pun intended). It was an aswesome trip down 1-70 for Duff. He gets a flat tire, but the cake is okay. Then sometime down the road while climbing the first big hill over the Rockie Mountains, his radiator fluid leaks out. He literally has to make repairs with his bare hands. But the cake was okay. Then he stopped in the Mojave Desert and did rather large spin outs (only Duff style) in the camper. But the cake was okay. He got to walk the red carpet and he got to hobnob with the stars of Harry Potter. Great show even if I sulked myself!moreless

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