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    Scrambling frantically for Valentine's Day plans? Just want to do something slightly different and off-the-wall? Take a MegaBITE at the Kentucky Science Center this Thursday, February 12, from 6 to 10 p.m. It's a little early, but it will certainly make your Valentine (or just you!) MEGAhappy. Plus, tickets are just $20 ($15 for members) if you use the discount code "BITE" and get your tickets online here. 

    There will be many fantastic purveyors of local deliciousness at MegaBITE: Louisville's latest, hottest ice cream peddlers, Louisville Cream, will be scooping. V-Grits will be sampling their vegan soul food (V-GRITS stands for Vegan Girl Raised In The South) in preparation for their official food truck launch. Squirrely's Food Truck will also have their non-GMO and organic goods at MegaBITE, along with New Wave Burritos. Also in attendance will be representatives from the Food Literacy Project, Vintner Select, Bake my Day, and more.

    MegaBITE is focused on the science of food, and molecular gastronomy, which is just a fancy way of saying "science-y food." So if you attend MegaBITE you're likely to learn about the different reactions that create the tastes and textures you're sampling. There will be food-making demonstrations with chefs onsite, and you can feed your brain as you fill your stomach. This event will have a cash bar, and you've got to be 21+ to attent; the Science Center has been killing it with adult events lately; their Science With a Twist party had a great turnout, delicious food, giant Angry Birds and snakes. Yes, snakes. 

    Don't miss MegaBITE! 

    Photos 1, 4 and 5 courtesy of the Kentucky Science Center. Photo 2 courtesy of Louisville Cream, Photo 3 courtesy of New Wave Burritos

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    Big fan of bacon and bourbon, deep fried anything, sweet tea and sweet nothings.

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