Organized by celebrity chef (and Florida native) Art Smith, the event was held on Miami Beach and ended with a celebration including a seven tier cake made by yet another celebrity chef, Duff Goldman.:“Guy had decided that the two men running the restaurant were life partners,” Page remembers.
“He said, ‘You can’t send me to talk to gay people without warning! '”From then on, show researchers were required to note any indications of homosexuality detected during pre-interviews.
Her obituary detailed her life as a “gifted massage therapist” and philanthropist, citing her work at Mexican orphanages and her passion for the environment.
She also served as the founding director of her brother’s foundation, The Guy Fieri Foundation for Inspiration and Imagination, and was survived by her partner and son, then age 11. She would tell us about organics and about recycling and I’d be like, ‘c’mon.’ but she would always be in my ear about it again and again.
"I saw this story and I was like, ' Wait -- I can do something, there's injustice involving a cake! Then, addressing the couple directly, he added: "If you guys want, I will make you a cake for free, drive it up to Portland -- no charge -- just to right this wrong." PHOTOS: Stars who care "For a cake decorator to really feel like he really needed to take a stand..just makes absolutely no sense," Goldman told Huff Po.
REUTERS/Rick Wilking A celebrity chef has suggested a cake made for Donald Trump's inauguration celebrations looks remarkably similar to one he made for Barack Obama four years ago. 🤔 pic.twitter.com/q JXp Cf Phii — Duff Goldman (@Duff_Goldman) January 21, 2017 Twitter users reacted strongly to the picture, with one person claiming: “It’s an exact rip-off – down to the last star.
This past weekend, Food Network star Guy Fieri officiated a mass wedding for 101 same-sex couples in Miami, Florida, celebrating the state’s recent lift of its ban on equal marriage.
When she officially returns to work this spring (with two-month-old son Spencer in tow), her new office will be in the former equipment storeroom for Ace of Cakes, the Food Network reality show that was filmed at the Remington bakery.
Now that the show has ended its five-year, 10-season run, there's a car seat, Diaper Genie, and baby toys littering the floor of the small room that once held cameras, electrical cords, and lights."From day one, when Duff [Goldman] bought the building, we joked that this would be the nursery," says Yeskey, who will share the space with administrative assistant Kerry Dillon and her baby (16-month-old Willow).
So you really gotta make sure your work is top-notch.” Mr Obama’s inauguration cake was made with an 18-inch base that went from light blue to navy blue at the top.
One layer had red stripes and another one featured red, white and blue bunting.