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20 | January 25, 2018 | The winnetka Current faith Faith Briefs Winnetka Congregational Church (725 Pine Street, Winnetka (847) 441-3400) Weekly Worship Join the congregation on Sundays at 10 a.m. Nursery/childcare is also available. Find the right camp for your child! Christ Church (784 Sheridan Road, Winnetka (847) 446-2850) Sunday Worship Join the church every Sunday at 8 a.m. for the Holy Eucharist and 9:30 a.m. for the choral Holy Eucharist. The nursery will be open during both services. Also, join the church at 5:30 p.m. for Sung Compline, a 40-minute candlelight services. Gluten-free communion wafers are always available. The Orchard (315 Waukegan Road, Northfield, IL 60093) Sunday Service Sunday services are held at 8:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. Temple Jeremiah (937 Happ Road, Northfield (847) 765-5000) Shabbat Shabbat services are held every Friday evening and Saturday morning. Temple Jeremiah greets Shabbat through sermons, lectures, music, discussions, family worship and dinners in the sanctuary or chapel. Sacred Heart Catholic Church (1095 Gage St., Winnetka (847) 446-0856) Sunday Mass Sunday Mass is held at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Saints Faith, Hope and Charity Catholic Parish (191 Linden St., Winnetka, (847) 446-7646) Sunday Mass Sunday mass is held at 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:45 a.m. and 5 p.m. Submit information for The Current’s Faith page to Michael Wojtychiw at m.wojtychiw@22ndcentury • Art Camps • Day Camps • Educational Camps • Overnight Camps • Sports Camps PRESENTED BY 22ND CENTURY MEDIA Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 10am - 2pm 1515 Lake Cook Road, Northbrook, IL AND MORE TO COME! FREE FACE PAINTING! FREE BALLOON ANIMALS! (10:30 AM - 1:30 PM) MORE INFO AT (847) 272-4565 Sponsored by In Memoriam Mary Hadley Mary Hadley, 82, of Lake Zurich, a New Trier graduate, died Jan. 8. Born July 2, 1935, she cherished her family and friends, and enjoyed traveling, sailing and art. She attended Colorado College. Hadley enjoyed competitive bridge with her local bridge club, spirited world event discussions and visiting with her children and grandchildren. She is survived by three children, four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Kyle Leonard Kyle Leonard, 55, a graduate of New Trier, died Jan. 12 in Highland Park. He was born March 3, 1962, grew up in Kenilworth and had lived in Hawthorn Woods for the past 16 years. He was also a graduate of Western Michigan University. Leonard was a reporter, managing editor and bureau chief for Pioneer Press Newspapers and the Chicago Tribune. He was an all-state soccer goalie in high school and went to college on a soccer scholarship. He enjoyed traveling, boating, snow and water skiing. Surviving are his beloved wife, Cynthia (nee Groebner); children Ryan and Dylan Leonard; five brothers, Kip Leonard, Kerry (Diane) Leonard, Kent (Susan) Leonard, Kolin Leonard and Kelly (Anne) Leonard; and nieces and nephews, Victoria, Grace, Erin, Ross, Nicholas and Eleanor. He was preceded in death by his parents, Roy (WGN personality) and Sheila Leonard. John Worthington J o h n Worthington, a New Trier graduate, died Jan. 10. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor’s in 1952 and a MBA and juris doctorate in 1955. He remained a loyal fan of the Michigan Wolverines and a supporter of the University of Michigan Law School. Worthington served in the U.S. Army for two years, where he was stationed in France. Worthington started his law career in Chicago with Jenner and Block. It was Worthington who introduced Jack Goeken, the founder of a start-up telecommunications company to Bill McGowan, who transformed MCI into a telecommunications giant. In 1968, he then joined Bill McGowan at MCI as the general counsel, corporate secretary and member of the board of directors, and led the historical anti-trust case against AT&T, which resulted in the United States Justice Department’s breakup of its monopoly. Worthington was passionate about the arts. During his career at MCI, he resided in Washington, D.C., where he served on the board of directors for the National Symphony Orchestra and on the board of The French Heritage Society. After retiring in 1995, Worthington and his wife, Christine, settled in Reno, Nev. Worthington is survived by his wife, two children and five grandchildren. Have someone’s life you’d like to honor? Email Michael Wojtychiw at m.wojtychiw@22ndcentury with information about a loved one who was part of the Winnetka/Northfield community. dining out the winnetka current | January 25, 2018 | 21 Quick Bites Bacon mania spreads on North Shore Eric DeGrechie Managing Editor “ABSOLUTELY —Kenn Wells, former lead dancer of the English National Ballet IN THE WORLD.” In the late 1990s, enthusiasm for bacon seemed to hit a fever pitch here in the United States. Now, years later, it doesn’t appear that what some have coined “bacon mania” is slowing down anytime soon. Bacon is so popular that it even has its own day on Dec. 30. While some argue for or against the health merits of the salt-cured pork, few outright dislike the taste. Even vegetarians get in on the fun by adding meatless bacon knockoffs to the diet. Last week, 22nd Century Media editors ventured out to different North Shore establishments to get their bacon fill and taste some unique creation, including these two. Grilled cheese and bacon — Fred’s Garage, Winnetka Grilled cheese — it’s practically the quintessential nostalgic American sandwich that fits appetites best when craving something deliciously gooey and perfectly crispy. And, when achieving that ideal butter-to-bread ratio outside all while balancing the perfect amount of cheese inside, you’ve got a comfort food staple. When Fred’s Garage opened this fall, the goal was to bring American favorites to an establishment that could quickly become a neighborhood staple. And, what comfort food menu would be complete without grilled cheese? But, at Fred’s, not only can you have a yummy plate of their grilled cheese, but you can also throw another American favorite — bacon — into the mix. The grilled cheese with bacon ($14.50) at Fred’s Garage is a bacon-and-cheese-lover’s delight. The sandwich is one of the restaurant’s newest add-ons. Jacqueline Glosniak/22nd Century Media The grilled cheese with bacon ($14.50) consists of sourdough bread cooked on the griddle with soft, creamy havarti cheese and smoked cheddar cheese, and long, crispy strips of bacon pressed in the middle. Then, the outside of the bread is generously crusted with Swiss cheese and fried to a crisp. General Manager Cary Michael said the grilled cheese with bacon was a recent menu add-on and so far, has been a big hit. “We’re actually listening to a lot of what the neighborhood and the regular customers are giving us feedback-wise,” he said. “We’ve made a ton of changes to the menu since we opened, so essentially, it’s a whole new menu. More comfort foods, homey, elevated classics, stuff of that nature.” Fred’s Garage, 574 Green Bay Road, is open 4:30-11 p.m. Monday- Thursday, 4:30 p.m.-midnight Friday-Saturday and 4:30-9 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit Story by Editor Jacqueline Glosniak Bacon pancakes — Walker Bros., Wilmette Bacon and pancake lovers, rejoice. I introduce you to the ultimate twoin-one: bacon pancakes at Walker Bros. The Wilmette restaurant’s manager, Tom Zehnder, said the restaurant has served up the speciality pancakes for as long as he could remember. “We make maybe 35 orders or more a day,” Zehnder said. “It comes in a close second as the most popular dish to our apple pancakes.” When ordered, customers can expect six fresh pancakes to come straight from the kitchen’s griddle. The fresh bacon is sliced and added to the pancake batter — a secret recipe — just for this dish. “We’re not going the cheap route here. We actually use the same bacon that would be served as a side, not just dry bacon bits,” Zehnder added. 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