"It's quieter and less frenetic but also feels kind of void of energy without him." Goldman, who's at the staff meeting, stresses that he's not seeking an L. "The flip side of the fame and notoriety from the show is all the misinformation that has floated about us locally.
"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).
"I love motorcycles," Goldman, 39, told Us at the Hollywood premiere of . Even though I got in a wreck a little while ago and lost some toes — I had to promise my parents and everybody that I’d stop riding — but I can't." PHOTOS: Reality TV's breakout stars Reflecting back on the harrowing 2012 crash, Goldman said the accident itself hasn't deterred him in from pursuing his love for bikes. "It just made me make the choice — more consciously to say, ' I'm doing something that is very dangerous, but it’s something I love.'" PHOTOS: Stars who've been caught getting scared Goldman added that while his commute to and from work is risky, he feels at ease about his mode of transportation.
"I have to make peace with myself — that on my way to work, I’m really close to death," he confessed.
"Whereas most people, on their way to work, are just worried about work. I was like, ' Okay, am I going to ride bikes, or am I not going to ride bikes?
'" PHOTOS: Celeb health scares For the Food Network star, riding bikes has been so deeply "ingrained in my heart and soul" that the alternative would work against his well-being.