Mayfield's Ice Cream

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PepperPhil
Cheeseburger
2007/02/20 13:50:04
Can't say enuff about the rich and creamy flavor of mayfield's


http://www.mayfielddairy.com

They have a very good product and I still believe it is priced somewhat reasonable
Sundancer7
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/20 14:30:22
You should visit their museum at Athen, TN. You also get a huge bargain with a huge scoop of ice cream of your choice for a buck.

A real good stop and I have stopped there several times off I-75

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/20 14:55:06

We love the little Gift Shop and Ice Cream Parlor at the Mayfield dairy. Neat, clean, and very well decorated. A great place to enjoy that special Ice Cream, be it winter or summer!!
PepperPhil
Cheeseburger
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/21 18:41:35
Oh definatly, there ain't nothing better than Mayfield's in the winter time....especially with warm fudge sauce and sprinkles....
Jim2903
Cheeseburger
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/21 23:54:44
My business travels took me to Athens a couple summers ago. Read the results at [url]www.dairyfield.com [/url]-- choose October 2004 from the drop-down menu under the image of the current issue. It was a challenge to shoot a photo of the management team, each holding an ice cream cone, under the hot summer sun, ice cream dripping down their sleeves ...

Scottie Mayfield is a fine gentleman, and Mayfield's "Flavor Decision '06" -- to choose a permanent new flavor from the year's limited edition selections -- was a fantastic marketing campaign.
PepperPhil
Cheeseburger
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/22 10:33:20
Must of been a great expierience there Jim2903, thanks for the post.....
buffetbuster
Porterhouse
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/22 10:36:26
As much as I love ice cream, I have never been there. I will be driving to Nashville for the Roadfood bus tour. This sounds like a great place to stop on the way.
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/22 10:47:20
BBuster,
You can get Mayfields in 'Store boxes' at many convenience and grocery stores in Tenn. The source is in Athens TN near exit 62 od I-75, South of Knoxville. It will be a bit of a side trip for you to stop there on the way to Nashville, but if you enjoy ice cream in very pleasant surroundings, I recommend making time for that stop. Otherwise get a half gallon or two and a spoon and enjoy it anywhere!!!
buffetbuster
Porterhouse
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/22 11:30:32
Mr. Mayor-
Thanks for the tip. I looked it up on the map and it looks real close to Dayton, TN, a place I have always wanted to visit. I read a book on the Scopes Monkey Trial in high school and have always wanted to see where it took place. I think checking out the local museum and a tour of Mayfield's would be a great way to spend a day. Even though I have never tried it, I have heard from others just how good the ice cream is.
Sundancer7
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/22 11:57:30
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Originally posted by buffetbuster

Mr. Mayor-
Thanks for the tip. I looked it up on the map and it looks real close to Dayton, TN, a place I have always wanted to visit. I read a book on the Scopes Monkey Trial in high school and have always wanted to see where it took place. I think checking out the local museum and a tour of Mayfield's would be a great way to spend a day. Even though I have never tried it, I have heard from others just how good the ice cream is.


The Strawberry festival is in Dayton about the time of the Nashville trip. Dayton, TN is about 25 miles from Athens.

Strawberries are a big deal in Dayton. They are not like the huge California berries but small and very sweet varities. The last time I was there, I bought them straight out of the field and just picked. They had several hundred guys picking them

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN

buffetbuster
Porterhouse
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/22 12:58:24
Sundancer7-
Sounds like another excellent reason to visit Dayton! I am more and more looking forward to this.
PepperPhil
Cheeseburger
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/02/23 01:55:53
Save some of them strawberries to put on the Mayfield's Ice Cream... enjoy the trip
Sundancer7
Fire Safety Admin
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/03/07 20:10:10
Be sure and take some of those sweet small berries over to Mayfields and you will enjoy. There are several fields on hwy 27. I buy them off the truck as they come from the field.

http://www.mapquest.com/directions/main.adp?go=1&do=nw&rmm=1&un=m&cl=EN&ct=NA&rsres=1&1ffi=&1l=&1g=&1pl=&1v=&1n=&2ffi=&2l=&2g=&2pl=&2v=&2n=&1pn=&1a=&1c=Athens&1s=tn&1z=&2pn=&2a=&2c=dayton&2s=tn&2z=&r=f

http://www.tnstrawberryfestival.com/schedule.html

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN
Bootstrap
Junior Burger
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/03/07 21:11:53
Hmmm... 1.75 quarts... that's too bad...
ctfrasier
Cheeseburger
RE: Mayfield's Ice Cream 2007/03/24 11:19:48
My family is from near Dayton, Spring City actually, and those small sweet strawberries are the best! My great uncle had a strawberry patch and my cousins and I used to sit in the dirt eating them right off the plants when we were little. My great aunt kept a deep freezer on the back porch filled with Mayfield, and Mayfield only, ice creams and popsicles. I still love to get a Mayfield Brown Cow because it makes me think of summer days at their house and running across the road and jumping off the dock into Watts Barr lake.