When’s the last time you had a dinner party and invited the government to join? Well, some chefs who host paid dinner parties for strangers in their own homes through a new website called EatWith don’t have a choice. Some argue that if you’re hosting dinners every day, then there should be some sort of regulation because you’re closer to becoming a restaurant. But where is the line drawn? And why should the government have any say over what people eat, or charge for, in the privacy of their own dining rooms?