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Sharing our holiday recipes with you!

Anglin Smith Fine Art

We would like to wish you all the very happiest of holidays! One way we like to celebrate is with special traditions, recipes including appetizers, main courses and desserts… we’re sharing our favorites with you this season! Click HERE if you would like to print the recipes (minus the images). We thank you for visiting our website and our blog. Continue to check back, there are many good paintings to come!

Nut Seeker by Darrell Davis

Nut Seeker by Darrell Davis

Art makes a great gift! If we can help you in any way, please contact us at 843.853.0708 or by email at info@anglinsmith.com.

HOLIDAY HOURS

December 24th, 2013 we are open 10AM-2PM for those last minute gifts!

CLOSED Christmas Day!

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Melt in your mouth wonderful!

Melt in your mouth wonderful!

Sounds wonderful doesn’t it? From Betty: Every Christmas night I make this recipe for the family Christmas dinner. It is a filet of beef tenderloin and the recipe is from Hamby Catering. As seen in the cookbook, Catering to Charleston.

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A beautiful appetizer!

A crowd pleaser!

Beautiful and tasty!

Beautiful and tasty!

 This beautifully creative appetizer is one of Shannon’s favorites. The recipe doesn’t look difficult, and look how appealing this is!

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Country Club Squash Casserole

Country Club Squash Casserole

Sounds delicious!

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For all the pasta lovers!

For all the pasta lovers!

 

Sounds like this would be a quick, easy and impressive dish to whip up!

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I have tasted this recipe and made it more times than I care to admit. It's a winner on every level… Trust me...

This is one you’ll make over and over…

I have tasted this recipe and made it more times than I care to admit. It’s a winner on every level… Trust me…

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Hot Chili for Chilly Weather

Hot Chili for Chilly Weather

Oooh, who doesn’t like hot chili when the weather turns cold? A good recipe to feed a crowd, the recipe can always be doubled!

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This recipe makes about 4 dozen - makes great gifts!

This recipe makes about 4 dozen – makes great gifts!

If you’ve been in the gallery on a Sunday you may have met us… Barbara and Fred Stroud and our Jack Russell, Charlie… this is a favorite recipe of mine, it’s a holiday tradition, a recipe we make year after year since I can remember. Use whatever cookie cutters you like, I like to bake some a little crispy and I keep some a little bit thicker, so they’re softer… that way you please everyone. The frosting is a cinch and using quart size freezer bags makes decorating easy and fun. Hope you enjoy…

The tastiest cookies in all the land!

The tastiest cookies in all the land!

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Some decorating ideas… you can’t go wrong!

Ho Ho Ho from Charlie the gallery dog!

Ho Ho Ho from Charlie the Sunday gallery dog!

If you’re  in Charleston, SC stop by Anglin Smith Fine Art, or visit our website!  We look forward to hearing from you!

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