You could also copy-type - use the split screen thing to see one website and blog about it on another? How sad is that?
Could I use it for my 100words? Doubtful, that would be a bit too complicated.
Ok, so it feeds directly to The Social Life of Food. So I best mention something about food. Two ideas did spring to mind earlier. I made Mexican Mole Poblano on Easter Monday. It was truly amazing. Easter is an excuse for chocolate after all, but not always poaching chicken in a chili-chocolate sauce. Making mole is a fine example of Slow Food; I followed a traditional Mexican recipe which included making up "proper" chicken stock (instead of "cheating" and using "convenient" stock cubes - all words I am not suppposed to use nowadays). It also involved lots of fun things like grinding cloves and peanuts in a pestle and mortar (feel the raaaaage!!! So theraputic!!) and also my personal favourite as recommended by my heroes, The Hairy Bikers, setting fire to a tortilla, and crumbling the black ashes into the pot. This apparently gives it a warming, rich, roasted flavour. The mole when finished, is indeed rich and warming, but that could come from any of the ingredients. Personally, I just like setting fire to things. The finished dish took nearly four hours to construct. I was mightily, mightily impressed with it. Somehow things always taste better when you've put so much effort in to it. Pictures will follow when I work out how!
The other idea was about slow cooking in brick ovens - tandooris, or pizza, or even some Mexican dishes. A friend of a friend has been constructing said brick oven in his back yard in Sheffield. Hopefully much fun shall be had at Cooking Parties this summer...
And now, trial of ScribeFire ends.