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How a Beard Award Winner Is Heating Up Knoxville’s Dining Scene

Inside J.C. Holdway, Joseph Lenn’s eagerly-awaited new restaurant Chef Joseph Lenn is back in the kitchen. Lenn made a name for himself as the chef of Tennessee's fine-dining destination Blackberry Farm, where he spent 10 years — five as executive chef — and where he became the first person in Tennessee to win the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Southeast. Lenn left Blackberry Farm last year to open his own place in nearby Knoxville, and earlier this month, J.
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