The shared economy has introduced the sharing of material things like your house, your car and your driveway. And with it, Airbnb has dove headfirst in to connecting their users with experiences. But I believe there's a gold mind between the those two extremes. Most of us can say that there is a recipe our mom makes that is unlike anyone else's. And when you get down to it, the same probably goes for us. My wife, for example, makes amazing knoephla soup. With that dish and the delicious sides that go with it, why couldn't she invite guests in to our home to serve them an amazing home cooked meal? When visiting, tourist often ask for the most authentic restaurant near by. This would do them one better and fit nicely between the before mentioned existing offerings.