• Sugarpaste Crystal Color Powder Food Coloring, One Jar Of 2.75 Grams - Autumn Blaze
Sugarpaste Crystal Color Powder Food Coloring, One Jar Of 2.75 Grams - Autumn Blaze

Sugarpaste Crystal Color Powder Food Coloring, One Jar Of 2.75 Grams - Autumn Blaze

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A dazzling range of U.S.-certified powders spanning the color spectrum from renowned cake-decorating instructor Elizabeth Parvu of Crystal Colors LLC

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Certified kosher by CRC Chicago Rabbinical Council

Elizabeth has been on television multiple times involving wedding cakes and pastry ideas for the homemaker.

Elizabeth has demonstrated for the Southeast Regional Convention for the American Culinary Federation held in Nashville, Tennessee

Elizabeth has judged several national cake shows and local cake shows

Elizabeth has traveled to South Africa and England to respectively demonstrate for the South African Sugar Art Guild Exhibition in Pretoria, South Africa and The British Sugarcraft Guild Exhibition held in Telford, England

Elizabeth is International Cake Exploration Societe demonstrator and approved scholarship teacher, and has demonstrated for years for the Ices Annual Convention

Elizabeth is an adjunct professor for Anne Arundel Community College in Baltimore, Maryland for their culinary division

Elizabeth is recognized around the world for her sugar flowers and award-winning cake designs

Knead into fondant

Mix the color directly into white chocolate

Mix with any dry food ingredient to color cake batters, icings and more

Mix with corn syrup to color icing / buttercream

Mix with vodka or lemon extract to paint on fondant or chocolate

She has been published numerous times in American Cake Decorating Magazine and Cake amp Craft Decoration Magazine England

She has taught for Walter State Community College in Sevierville, Tennessee

She is a sponsor the Mid-Atlantic Cake Show held in Maryland

Sold by the jar, each jar weighing .5 ounce gross

Use Crystal Color as dusting on gumpaste flowers