Of course there is. This Sharing Economy thing — which is hotter than, like, food trucks right now — continues to turn every empty guest bedroom, unoccupied car seat and idle hand into something actually worth money. Now we've got AirBnB for turning homes into hotels, we've got SideCar and Lyft for turning Hondas into cabs, and we've got TaskRabbit for turning unemployed people into useful members of society. (Just kidding, TaskRabbits! Thanks for letting me pay you to bring a hamburger that one time.) So it was only a matter of time before someone made an app to connect smartphone-bound urbanites with home-cooked meals.