Great regional ice creams

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tmiles
Double Chili Cheeseburger
2004/10/06 15:10:31
Those of us who travel always like to try the local flavors. Lots of great regional ice creams from large companies to little shops are known only to the locals. For example, NH has Annabels, PEI has Cows, and we in Massachusetts have Barts, Pearsons, Richardsons, and Bergsons among others. Where do you live, and what is your favorite in that area?
danfling
Junior Burger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/07 11:25:04
Seale-Lily is the local brand here in Mississippi. I don't know what the best flavor is, but, for YEARS, they advertised their peach flavor a lot!

There also used to be a Seale-Lily ice cream parlor, but it closed in the late 1970s.

LuVel is also a popular local brand.
1bbqboy
Filet Mignon
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/07 12:06:12
Umpqua , based in Roseburg, Oregon, is one of our local regional dairies.
Pretty decent ice creams, along with a variety of other products.
Everyone who drives I-5 through the center of Oregon knows to stop at the Drive-In on the west side of I-5 at Rice Hill, famous for
stocking all flavors. It's pumpkin pie Ice Cream time! yeah!
http://www.umpquadairy.com
tmiles
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/07 13:00:16
I didn't know any "Quality Chekd" dairies were still in business. Here in Massachusetts, I bought some cows at the Hillcrest auction when they quit many years ago. If I had known about Umpqua last time we were on I-5 in OR, I would have stopped. We had some good but not special ice cream in Montana a few months ago, but I forget the name. I do remember the "Fat Boy" ice cream bars though. They have a good name and they believe in truth in advertising!
Tristan Indiana
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/07 13:09:42
I had black raspberry chocolate chip ( really more like large shavings than chips) recently in Cincinnati by a local company called Graeters (sp?). Very creamy and very good.
lleechef
Sirloin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/07 19:54:57
Cold Stone Creamary in AK, Wells Blue Bunny in Iowa, Hodgie's in Amesbury, MA.......but the TRUE GREAT creme de la creme is Berthillon on the Ile St. Louis in Paris.
tmiles
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/08 10:51:57
I don't plan to go to Paris anytime soon but they are opening a Stone Cold Creamery in a local shopping center soon. I don't know if there are any others in Mass. I think it is a franchise. I will be testing as soon as they open.
Hillbilly
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/08 11:32:44
"Kopp's" in Milwaukee is the best I've ever had, and I have tried ice cream, gelato, and custards in 49 states, DC, and 6 foreign countries in the 64 years before making my first visit to Milwaukee last November.
ConeyIslandLou
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/08 14:02:46
How regional would you consider Hershey's Ice Cream to be??

also for tmiles: check out www.qchekd.com ....interesting how one of the 'Quality Chekd' dairies is the mighty Oberweis of Illinois
BaconBits
Hamburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/08 14:18:43
Applegate Farms in Montclair (i think, maybe Clifton), New Jersey. They have seasonal flavors too - right now they have pumpkin ice cream.

As much as I love ice cream - it's a rarity that I indulge. Alas, I am left eating Tasti D-Lite in NYC. It's not even that good - but for a lite option, it can hit the spot. Not to mention there is one less then a block from my apartment. I think it has even been discussed on Sex & the City - if that's not a regional specialty, I don't know what is!!
BT
Filet Mignon
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/08 16:30:38
quote:
Originally posted by lleechef

Cold Stone Creamary in AK, Wells Blue Bunny in Iowa, Hodgie's in Amesbury, MA.......but the TRUE GREAT creme de la creme is Berthillon on the Ile St. Louis in Paris.


Blue Bunny isn't local anymore. I buy it fairly often in souther Arizona.
jvsmom
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/08 17:53:07
quote:
Originally posted by tmiles

I don't plan to go to Paris anytime soon but they are opening a Stone Cold Creamery in a local shopping center soon. I don't know if there are any others in Mass. I think it is a franchise. I will be testing as soon as they open.


What part of Massachusetts are you in? I know one has just opened up in Hingham. I haven't been, but they're getting rave reviews.
carlton pierre
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2004/10/09 08:18:41
We have a good dairy, Mayfield, that covers east TN & north GA as far as I know, and may have a larger area as well, but it makes ice creams, milks, and has a great visitor tour at their plant in Athens, TN.

carl reitz
NYNM
Filet Mignon
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/01 23:53:55
Taos Cow.
Northern New Mexico.
Pinon nut flavor.....goooood.
mar52
Sirloin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/02 00:35:40
The best ice cream ever sadly went out of business.

Robin Rose in Venice, CA.

OMG it was good.

Chocolate Raspberry Truffle to die for!

Mashti Malone's is interesting. They have flavors like rosewater, oranageflower water and saffron.
mr chips
Filet Mignon
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/04 02:17:41
Tillamook ice cream in Oregon is an excellent local ice cream. Marionberry pie is my favorite flavor.
tacchino
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/04 02:44:37
Purity Ice Cream is still around in Ithaca, New York...the creamiest ice cream around upstate New York...great pistachio, and they used to (hope they still do) have special holiday flavors like eggnog, etc.
emsmom
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/04 13:03:44
There is a place here in Gastonia, NC ( not far at all off of I85) that has the best ice cream ever.
It has been here for 60-70 years and the ice cream is hard to beat. They have a signature flavor of grape that is unusual, but the butter pecan( full of chopped toasted pecans) and the black walnut are the best.
tybeeguy
Hamburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/04 13:32:38
emsmom, What would the name of that shop be. I will stop by next cruise up 85.
Williamsburger
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/05 11:53:32
Well I was going to post about this one, but...

http://home.hamptonroads.com/stories/story.cfm?story=88004&ran=209139

Seven decades of dairy farming put to rest in two days. *sigh*

The had a wonderful apple pie ice cream.

Cathy
jmckee
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/05 13:22:18
Everybody talks about Graeter's in Cincinnati, which is terrific. But Aglamesis' Brothers, in Oakley, is also pretty good. And my friend Catherine in NC misses United Dairy Farmers, a nice local chain with great shakes, malts, "homemade" brand ice cream, etc. My favorite at UDF is the orange cream sherbet freeze.

There are also several excellent local soft-serve places in our area.
kitty626
Junior Burger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/05 13:48:10
Bassetts Ice Cream in Philadelphia...Yummy!!!

Their butterscotch vanilla is the best!

http://www.bassettsicecream.com/
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/05 14:27:23
I will endorse/recommend/add my vote to the following-
MAYFIELDS Dairy (Tennessee)- The Ice Cream parlor at the Dairy makes wonderful sundaes and even just the ice cream alone is outstanding. Serving it in a park-like setting makes the enjoyment all the better. Buying it in the store is good, but eating at the source is Outstanding!

Tillamook Oregon- Same description as Mayfields!! Great Ice Cream and plenty of other dairy and snack stuff to shop while enjoying the sweet cream.

Graeters- The Cincinnati chain has built a stand just 10 minutes from me. That was a smart business move for them ! Very Good cream in a Baskin Robbins style environment.

For the Mom and Pops in the crowd...Don't forget about Mundts Candies in Madison Indiana. Located in a Victorian store on Main St in this great old river town, about 50 miles up river from Louisville, Mundts is reviewed on this site by the Sterns as a candy and ice cream producer for generations in this location. Stop in for a cone or a couple of scoops in a cup and enjoy the taste treats that your great-grandparents raved about.
GordonW
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/05 14:37:37
Maple View Farm in Hillborough, NC, just close to Chapel Hill, makes its own genuine ice cream, in a bunch of flavors, including seasonals. It's a known spot locally, and just off I-85 (close to Allen & Son). And what's best of all, they've declared themselves a land conservancy, to preserve the dairy operation.
http://www.mapleviewfarm.com/
Hillbilly
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/05 15:02:20
quote:
Originally posted by tybeeguy

emsmom, What would the name of that shop be. I will stop by next cruise up 85.

Just guessing, but it sounds like "Tony's" to me.
Phishmonger
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/05 15:56:11
Here in the Quiet Corner of CT, it's We-Lik-It Ice Cream, on Rt. 97 in Abington (Pomfret), CT. Made right there great, creamy ice cream, in a galaxy of flavors - hard to pick a favorite. If you go, get yours on the made while you watch waffle cone! Yummy!
n4mtees
Junior Burger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/05 16:14:29
"Pat Mitchell's" in Endicott, NY It's been a while since I've been there (I live in NH now), but they are a local favorite.
Big Ugly Mich
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/13 00:05:16
quote:
Originally posted by Hillbilly

"Kopp's" in Milwaukee is the best I've ever had, and I have tried ice cream, gelato, and custards in 49 states, DC, and 6 foreign countries in the 64 years before making my first visit to Milwaukee last November.


Hope you had a burger, too. Kopp's won the Milwaukee Magazine poll for best burger so often they retired the category!

A root beer float with Sprecher's pop (local brewery) is the best dessert you'll ever have.
Pitts
Hamburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/13 03:13:07
Darigold is a very good Northwest grocery store ice-cream.
Wilcox Dairy at the Western Washington State Fair makes fantastic soft ice-cream.
Beer&Snausages
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/13 09:37:09
Best of the Midwest is Whitey's Ice cream in Moline, IL (Quad Cities USA) home of John Deere and Boetje's mustard as well.

The following link has history of Dairy Queen, Maid Rite, Boetje's as well.
http://www.visitquadcities.com/2004/for_the_media/nr_made_in_qc.html

A trip to the Quad Cities is not complete without a stop at a Whitey's Ice Cream store. This favorite treat was named "Best in the Midwest" by Midwest Living Magazine. Started by Chester "Whitey" Lindgren in 1933, he ran the store on 16th Street in Moline until 1953 when he sold it to Ron Tunberg. Turning it into a family business, Ron's sons, Jon and Jeff, manage the growing company today-now with over ten locations and selling it wholesale. Over the years, a number of innovations to the industry were born at Whitey's such as: high powered malt machines, extra thick shakes and malts, candy bar shakes, and chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, to name a few. In a survey by Illinois Magazine published in its October 2002 issue, Whitey's was voted to have the "Best Dessert" in the State of Illinois.

Tedbear
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/13 10:41:37
Quote" Cold Stone Creamary in AK"

That was from a post from over a year ago. By now, I hope that the people in this forum realize that this is NOT a regional product (by now they seem to be in many, many states--perhaps in all 50), and it is also not very good. Cold Stone Creamery's quality has been criticized by several groups, including Consumer Reports, as being decidedly mediocre, despite a premium price.

The "gimmick" that they feature is the blending of the "add-ins" that you select. The blending is apparently done on a slab of cold stone, hence the name. CR said that you can do much better than this franchise outlet's products.

In terms of an ice cream brand that I think is regional, there is Thomas Sweet, in Central NJ (New Brunswick, Princeton, and possibly other locations). While it used to be good, on a recent visit, the pecans in my friend's Butter Pecan were rancid!

Bye-bye, Thomas Sweet!

Top
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/13 11:34:07
Gifford's of Skowhegan, ME. They are always trying new flavors, and the good ones stay in the lineup. I think there's a posting for their Skowhegan dairy bar location here, but you can also get it at local supermarkets and C-stores.
Top
Hillbilly
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/13 12:37:37
quote:
Originally posted by Big Ugly Mich

quote:
Originally posted by Hillbilly

"Kopp's" in Milwaukee is the best I've ever had, and I have tried ice cream, gelato, and custards in 49 states, DC, and 6 foreign countries in the 64 years before making my first visit to Milwaukee last November.


Hope you had a burger, too. Kopp's won the Milwaukee Magazine poll for best burger so often they retired the category!

A root beer float with Sprecher's pop (local brewery) is the best dessert you'll ever have.

Yes, I have eaten their excellent burger. But I'm partial to their browned, buttery grilled cheese. Best ice cream (custard, best burger, best grilled cheese!! What a great Roadfood place.

And for a real fill of Sprecher's root beer, cream soda, orange cream, and of course their many beers, take the Saturday morning Sprecher's brewery tour and drink all you dare of either (Last year it only cost $3).
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/13 13:20:31

While running the usual Saturday errands we finished up about noon and headed for home. Instead of grabbing a box of Popeye's chicken (my suggestion) Duff, Demi, and the Boss (Janet) decided that a double scoop of Graeter's would be just the thing to cool us down a bit after a morning runaround(in the truck).... So she got a double of Black Raspberry Chip that had chunks of chocolate the size of small Hershey bars mixed in...much to Duff's surprise he got none of the chocolate! I had a double scoop dish -one of Toffee Chunk and one of Chocolate Almond Coconut. Great lunch! The dogs (both of them) got dog biscuits and the 'lickings' at the end of the break!! I am very glad Graeter's has expanded to bring their excellent product to our area.
Scorereader
Sirloin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/22 12:19:17
Best ice-cream I ever had was at The Creamery at Penn State University.

The school started as an Agricultural school and it hasn't lost that aspect of its educational offerings.
The milk comes from campus cows and the ice cream is made on-site.

The Paterno Peach is a high seller, but usually go for the seasonal ice-cream.


I also enjoy Max's ice cream on Wisconsin Ave in Northwest Washingon, DC.
Go there in the Fall for his Pumpkin ice cream! It's amazing and I'm not even a pumpkin pie lover.


emsmom
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/22 12:31:32
It is Tony's. Sorry that I didn't reply any soone
quote:
Originally posted by Hillbilly

quote:
Originally posted by tybeeguy

emsmom, What would the name of that shop be. I will stop by next cruise up 85.

Just guessing, but it sounds like "Tony's" to me.
Rustywolf
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/23 13:54:31
I recently had the pleasure of dessert at Kilwin's, a West Michigan ice creamery and candy shop with branches in Holland and Saugatuck. I'm sure there are others in the state. I have to tell you that the toasted coconut ice cream I had the other evening was as intense and as delicious as anything I've ever experienced. There seemed to be more toasted coconut than ice cream in every spoonful. Extraordinary! Really! Kilwin's also makes its own fudge as well as gigantic cashew and pecan "turtles," if you're so inclined. - Rusty
danimal15
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/23 14:58:02
In Wisconsin recently, I really enjoyed Cedar Crest brand ice cream, which is served at Wilson's in Ephraim, a Door County favorite. The caramel collision flavor was unlike any ice cream I've tried before, with caramel swirls and little chocolate covered caramel candies throughout. It certainly satisfied my caramel craving. This brand is available in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois and upper Michigan, according to the company's web site.
chicagostyledog
Filet Mignon
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/24 00:07:41
Danimal, next time you're in Highwood, try Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream at Sweet Pea's. www.chocolateshoppeicecream.com

Marble Slab Creamery in Libertyville, Gurnee, Evanston, and Skokie is another place awaiting your ice cream taste buds. www.marbleslabcreamery.com

CSD
slackademic
Hamburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/08/25 13:09:18
In the near western suburbs in Oak Park, go to Petersen Ice Cream Co. on Chicago Ave just off of Harlem Ave (1100 Chicago Ave.) They have a restaurant and a separate ice cream parlour. The restaurant is good if you want a whole meal. Awesome, Awesome ice cream.

http://chicago.citysearch.com/profile/3555674/oak_park_il/petersen_ice_cream_company.html

Sandy Eggo
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/09/12 13:32:05
Niederfranks (since 1948) in National City where Al Roker visited for a Roker On The Road story...they also sell their ice cream through other local stores and restaurants.

http://www.niederfranks.com/ http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/show_ar/episode/0,1976,FOOD_10796_33014,00.html

Some trivia about National City, a blue collar town with shipyards, scrap metal, salvage yards and such, is that it was the home of (the late) John Walton, billionaire son of Sam Walton. John and his wife lived in a restored Victorian home in a regular neighborhood. He enjoyed racing his Corsair Trimarans in the nearby bay.
Sundancer7
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/09/12 13:48:36
I sure did enjoy Youngs dairy which is north of Cincinatti about 60 miles. It is made from all jersey cream which is supposingly higher in butterfat than most milk.

Great food and lotsa entertainment also. It seems that they have a lot of festivals there.

http://www.youngsdairy.com/

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN
danimal15
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/09/14 10:40:35
quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

Danimal, next time you're in Highwood, try Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream at Sweet Pea's. www.chocolateshoppeicecream.com

Marble Slab Creamery in Libertyville, Gurnee, Evanston, and Skokie is another place awaiting your ice cream taste buds. www.marbleslabcreamery.com

CSD


Thanks - maybe we'll stop by Highwood this weekend.
Scorereader
Sirloin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/09/14 14:36:28
Two more ice-cream shops I hit this past summer here in DC area:

Cherry Hill Farm and Orchards, 12300 Gallahan Rd., Clinton; Their soft-serve ice cream made on the premises with orchard-ripe seasonal fruit—strawberry, blackberry, peach, and apple pie. It was worth the trip.

The Dairy, University of Maryland, B079 Turner Hall, College Park; 301-405-1415. It has extremely limited hours: 11 to 4 Monday through Friday. But the ice cream is made in-house with milk from the university’s herd of Holsteins.

jinjo76
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/09/14 15:01:16
My favorite in where I live is Jaxson's.

http://www.bizjournals.com/southflorida/stories/2001/12/03/smallb1.html

Jonathan
IceCreamGirl
Junior Burger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/09/27 03:52:13
If you ever decide to visit Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, or Texas, get thee to a Braum's Ice Cream & Dairy store. Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, Banana Pudding, Cherry Limeade Sherbet and sooo many others, can't be beat. If you happen to stop by Springfield, MO then please try Andy's Frozen Custard. The vanilla is lovely, heaven on the toungue.

paranoid123
Junior Burger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/09/27 14:44:56
In the Los Angeles area, the best ice cream in the area, IMHO, is Fosselman's Ice Cream in Alhambra (just east of downtown LA). They've been around for over 80 years, and adapted to the population changes in the area. They take suggestions from their customers and make "Asian" flavors like ube (taro), green tea, and lychee, in addition to all the traditional Western flavors. All their ice cream is made at the parlour and some stores in the area carry their ice creams.

I've tried other local premium ice creams in LA like Dr Bob's and Mashti Malone, and didn't think they were as good.

http://www.fosselmans.com/
jmckee
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/10/13 08:57:02
quote:
Originally posted by Sundancer7

I sure did enjoy Youngs dairy which is north of Cincinatti about 60 miles. It is made from all jersey cream which is supposingly higher in butterfat than most milk.

Great food and lotsa entertainment also. It seems that they have a lot of festivals there.

http://www.youngsdairy.com/

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN


Right on, Paul. And take a cooler. You can buy milk, cheese, ice cream, and butter all made from those productive Jerseys. Plus heavy cream so thick you have to scrape it out of the bottle.
dottieheart
Junior Burger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/11/06 18:00:42
Funari's Italian creamery has the best stuff I've ever tasted. They are down here in Jacksonville, Fl. They make gelato everyday and it is delicious. You've got to try it out if you get down to Florida!!
kools
Junior Burger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/11/22 14:36:34
Frozen custard is king in Milwaukee. As absolutely fantastic as Kopp's is, Leon's is more absolutely fantastic! I have put their vanilla against each other in an A/B test...Leon's always wins. Kopp's has Leon's beat for menu items, but there is no better custard on the planet than Leon's.
mugarbear
Junior Burger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/11/22 15:11:30
I went to Harpur College at Suny Binghamton and lived on Pat Mitchells for four years. Its amazing, cantloupe, pumpkin, cheesecake,,,,,,
quote:
Originally posted by n4mtees

"Pat Mitchell's" in Endicott, NY It's been a while since I've been there (I live in NH now), but they are a local favorite.
BuddyRoadhouse
Filet Mignon
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/11/22 18:57:52
kools--As a long time fan of Leon's, I'll agree with you that there is none better in Milwaukee. And for pure American kitsch, no one beats Leon's. There's nothing like Leon's all lit up on a hot summer night. But, if you ever get chance to get down to St. Louis, check out Ted Drewes. Leon's is great, Ted Drewes is greater!
lennonlover2005
Hamburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/12/30 03:59:41
Stucchi's Ice Cream which is based in the Ann Arbor Michigan area...their ice cream is great...if you ever go there, try some...they have shops and you can buy it in stores...They even send it to Texas!
roossy90
Sirloin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2005/12/30 19:43:14
quote:
Originally posted by Top

Gifford's of Skowhegan, ME. They are always trying new flavors, and the good ones stay in the lineup. I think there's a posting for their Skowhegan dairy bar location here, but you can also get it at local supermarkets and C-stores.
Top

A local place I go to has Giffords as their main stay in their restaurants... or at least in the Yarmouth location.
Top, you may know where I am talking about.. Pat's Pizza..
Its nice to find ice cream in winter!
Tara
tjr
Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2006/01/21 01:34:27
Don't know about vanilla, because I never choose it, but I'd say Kopp's trounces Leon's (and Gilles too) because of all the stuff they put in the flavors of the day.

Still, if you want something to keep in the freezer for nibblin, you can't beat Cedar Crest After Dinner Mint. Well, maybe you could a few years ago with Viroqua Dairy GrapeNut, but I think they're closed for good at this point.
Burgermeister
Hamburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2006/02/05 13:00:47


Carolina Concrete from Goodberry's Creameries located in The Triangle area (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) of North Carolina.

http://www.goodberrys.com/index.html



Scorereader
Sirloin
RE: Great regional ice creams 2006/02/07 11:28:53
Yum Yum Better Ice Cream in Greensboro, NC was a favorite spot for me down there.
It was a surprise to me when I moved to NC from upstate NY and there were no ice cream stands to be found. Not one place where you just walked up to a window for a cone.

But, across the street from UNC-Greensboro, where my wife went to graduate school, was this small family run place diner called Yum Yum's. They sold ice-cream made on the premises, hot dogs (all the way was best), glass bottle coke and Cheerwine (which was brand new to me). I thikn they had burgers and fries too. But I never got a burger.

The ice cream is quite good, with seasonal flavors so there's always something new to try. And the hotdogs are, IMO, the best in the Piedmont of NC. Wash it all down with either a coke or cheerwine and it was a fine Saturday afternoon meal.
jmckee
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2006/02/10 17:53:25
quote:
Originally posted by tjr

Don't know about vanilla, because I never choose it . . .


My parents used to go out with the Fred and Edna, the couple across the street, every couple of Saturday nights when we were kids. One time they went to Howard Johnson's after a movie, and Fred, who was a delightful guy, asked the waitress what the chain's flavors of ice cream were. She listed them from memory. Fred looked thoughtfully upward, then said, "I'll have a dish of vanilla."
tsores
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2006/02/10 18:49:53
Sherman Dairy in South Haven, Michigan, makes a good product. More body than average but not as heavy as the super premiums. They run a retail store at the factory and also distribute in southwest Michigan, northern Indiana, and Chicago areas.

http://www.shermanicecream.com/index.html
phatphil
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Great regional ice creams 2006/02/17 16:44:23
anyone remember peacocks in evanston and wilmette/skokie illinois?
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