Here's David Zurawik's interview with Duff Goldman, in which the Charm City Cakes owner and Food Network personality talks about his post-"Ace of Cakes" plans. Goldman reveals the basics of one of the three shows he has in development but keeps quiet about the other two. I have a huge hunch about what one of the other shows might be, but I'm keeping quiet about if for now. I've got to tell someone, though; I think I might type up my hunch and email it to myself: "King Midas has donkey's ears!!"
The second edition of the revived Sun Magazine will be included in this Sunday's paper. Here's a look at Laura Vozzella's feature on the home kitchens of a handful of area chefs -- Cindy Wolf (Charleston, Cinghiale, Pazo and Petit Louis); "Top Chef" runner-up Bryan Voltaggio (Volt); Gayle Brier-Billebault of Bonjour French Bakery & Cafe in Mount Washington; and Thomas Rudis of Golden West Cafe in Hampden.
Baltimore Sun photo of Brier-Billebault's kitchen/Lloyd Fox