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2nd Apr '17 11:15:54 AM nombretomado
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* ''PeeWeesBigAdventure'' - Pee-wee has a kitchen equipped to prepare breakfast automatically, though it looks like a large amount of work to reset everything, and not too useful when all he eats is two pieces of Mr. T cereal. He's probably trying to watch his diet.

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* ''PeeWeesBigAdventure'' ''Film/PeeWeesBigAdventure'' - Pee-wee has a kitchen equipped to prepare breakfast automatically, though it looks like a large amount of work to reset everything, and not too useful when all he eats is two pieces of Mr. T cereal. He's probably trying to watch his diet.
2nd Feb '17 12:31:56 PM MiddleEighth
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[[folder: Fan Works]]
*In ''Fanfic/TheKeysStandAlone: The Soft World'', the Infinity chain of restaurants serves as a fast-food Auto Kitchen wherever one appears; you can literally go in and order anything you want and get it in minutes. The four, with their various dietary preferences and restrictions, rely on these restaurants in most of the cities they visit.
**The Anything store is an “Auto Kitchen” for ordinary items.
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8th Jan '17 12:51:07 PM nombretomado
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* Most common use for [[MatterReplicator "makers"]] in ''{{Transmetropolitan}}''.

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* Most common use for [[MatterReplicator "makers"]] in ''{{Transmetropolitan}}''.''ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}''.
7th Nov '16 6:26:24 PM Doug86
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* Similar to ''StarTrek'', ''Literature/StarCarrier'' has food items being built molecule-by-molecule by nanites extremely quickly.

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* Similar to ''StarTrek'', ''Franchise/StarTrek'', ''Literature/StarCarrier'' has food items being built molecule-by-molecule by nanites extremely quickly.
15th Oct '16 8:29:43 AM PrimeEvil
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** The Tardis had a food dispenser in a room near the control room. The food it provided resembled the concentrated rations used by 20th century Earth astronauts (a VisualPun on the phrase "a square meal"). It also issued water in small plastic bags.

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** The Tardis had a food dispenser in a room near the control room. The food it provided resembled the concentrated rations used by 20th century Earth astronauts (a VisualPun on the phrase "a square meal"). It also issued water and milk in small plastic bags.
10th Jul '16 7:31:48 PM ThePocket
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* Doc Brown's machine seen in the opening credits of ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' is a somewhat Rube Goldberg-esque device that comes on at 7:54, activates the coffee machine, turns on the TV, pops down the toaster, and opens a can of dog food into Einstein's dish. It's essentially a spoof of the trope, since the point is to show that Doc has been gone for a few days and [[AbsentMindedProfessor had forgotten to turn it off]].
* Dr. Brainard in ''Film/{{Flubber}}'' has an even more complicated one. Among other things, it uses a laser to crack the egg. Oddly enough for his AbsentMindedProfessor character, it works perfectly, if you don't count the part that [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext launches his trash can into the sky]].



* ''Literature/HomerPrice'' features a story about an automated donut machine that his uncle acquires for his diner, which, once turned on, is unable to stop until it exhausts its seemingly-limitless supply of dough.



* ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit'' have {{Robinson Goldberg Contraption}}s to do all their cooking for them. One of the "Crackling Contraptions" shorts has a robot chef that predictably goes haywire.

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* ''WesternAnimation/WallaceAndGromit'' have {{Robinson Goldberg Contraption}}s to do all their cooking for them.them, which get progressively more complex over the course of the series. One of the "Crackling Contraptions" shorts has a robot chef that predictably goes haywire.
17th Apr '16 11:31:57 AM LongTallShorty64
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* In the film ''Film/EasyLiving'', it shows the then popular automats which were like human-run vending machines with hot food ready in automated slots where customers would put in a nickel for food.

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* In the film ''Film/EasyLiving'', it shows the then popular automats which automats. They were like basically human-run vending machines with hot food ready in automated slots where slots, and would open when customers would put in a nickel for food.money.
17th Apr '16 11:30:32 AM LongTallShorty64
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* In the film ''Film/EasyLiving'', it shows the then popular automats which were like human-run vending machines with hot food ready in automated slots where customers would put in a nickel for food.



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17th Nov '15 5:41:36 AM Arivne
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* Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' series had "autokitchens" that usually dispensed layered bricks of "food".

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* Creator/LarryNiven's ''Literature/KnownSpace'' series had "autokitchens" that usually dispensed could convert vegetation into layered bricks of "food".
17th Nov '15 5:39:29 AM Arivne
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In several science-fiction works, the job of food service is relegated to automated slots in the wall or machines. They may be {{Matter Replicator}}s or simply a dispenser of stored food like a vending machine.

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In several some science-fiction works, works the job of food service is relegated to automated slots in the wall or machines. They may be {{Matter Replicator}}s or simply a dispenser of stored food like a vending machine.
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