Growing up in a family where women cooked the old-fashioned way, Teri Bell (aka Miss Sophie) is no stranger to the kitchen. So, it seems only natural that Teri would decide to open a business doing what she loves the most – feeding hungry people!
Armed with the fool-proof recipes from her Grandmother, Mother, Aunt, and a few good friends she opened Miss Sophie's Marketplace, along with her husband Steve, almost 8 years ago. Many of those recipes are still in use today.
When Miss Sophie's initially opened its doors casseroles and salads were the only products for sale. Since then Miss Sophie's has expanded to a full-service restaurant inside the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, launced a successful catering business and manages the cafeterian inside the Mitsubishi-Hatachi plant in Pooler "Delicious food, prepared in a clean environment with wholesome ingredients, and served with Southern hospitality and charm", are the reasons Teri cites for the success and growth of Miss Sophie's.
In 2014, MIss Sophie's partnered with Enmark Stores and now offers her line of ready to bake casseroles in their stores. Whether you are looking for a healthier alternative to fast foods or just in a pinch Miss Sophies provides the perfect solution. We are the working mother's answer to balancing a busy schedule! We keep a large selection of casseroles in Family, Just For Two and Individual sizes. Our casseroles are "ready to bake". Most have a cooking time of 30-45 minutes. The Enmark locations make it easy to stop and grab one on the way home.
Join Miss Sophie's for lunch Monday-Friday inside the National Museum of the MIghty Eighth Air Force. True, old fashioned southern foods inside the quite atmosphere of the Pub inside the museum.
Did you know…
Teri writes a weekly column for the Savannah Morning News?
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