Most people are already using their computers for work, play, socializing and generally deciding if it’s worth getting out of bed in the morning. And now thanks to the new wave scientist at Cornell University it can make you dinner too. By using specially designed flavor pastes in place of ink the device creates layers inside the box-like printer until the final 3D product is achieved. What’s even better is that you can program and adjust recipes to your liking. Cookies can be chewier, steak more tender, or even hell, meatloaf more absorbent than you could do in your dark ages kitchen. With its steadily growing skill set your computer may surpass being your new best friend, and jump straight ahead to being your wife.