What makes Knaus Berry Farm such a South Florida landmark? There’s a recipe in triumph and tragedy

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Miami Herald

MIAMI — Cinnamon rolls. That’s what the people come for. That’s what they crave. So much so that these hungry souls stretch down Southwest 248th Street, waiting and waiting until they reach the promised land: Knaus Berry Farm in the Redland. It’s been this way for more than 65 years at the seasonal store, which also sells bread, shakes, fruit and vegetables. But, oh those rolls. Some devotees may be surprised to learn that the golden, buttery-soft, sticky-sweet treats once tasted and looked different. “It’s not even the same roll that my mother-in-law made,” said Knaus co-owner Thomas Blocher …

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