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Coin-Op Cuisine: When the Future Tasted Like a Five-Cent Slice of Pie

Life in 2015 isn’t quite what we were promised in the last century's science-fiction fantasies: We don’t live on the moon, commute to work in autonomous flying cars, or get homework help from friendly robot maids. And yet, our predictions for food service—fully cook…

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