The premise is simple: Allison hosts a live cooking class in his NYC apartment via his computer. He then connects with interested people through video-chat. People are encouraged to ask questions or sit back and enjoy the lesson on homemade gnocchi or crab dumplings. The sessions have been such a hit that Allison and his partner Eric McKee are planning to turn it into a business. But for now, check these unique classes out on Google+.
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