Robots are slowly taking over the world. We all know it, but now they have butchered some of Illinois and Missouri's best regional dishes making them look undesirable.

Welcome to the new age of A.I. It's a fast-moving new invention that tries to make our lives easier, but the more and more we hear about the technology, the more we should all be worried about. That got me thinking, what does A.I. think of some of Illinois and Missouri's best regional dishes? So I found out, and needless to say, none of these look appetizing.

Pork Tenderloin

It is one of the largest sandwiches in the world I think, and found in most diners and restaurants in Missouri and Illinois. Here is what a REAL tenderloin should look like...

Here is A.I.'s version of the delicious breaded sandwich with all the fixin's.

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Chicago Style Hot Dog

Oh, the Chicago Style Hot Dog. Served with an all beef hot dog, sport pepper, mustard (NO KETCHUP), onion, neon green relish, tomato, pickle spear, and celery salt on a poppy seed bun. Sounds good right?

Here's what A.I. thinks...

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Maid-Rite

Whatever you do DON'T call this famous sandwich a sloppy Joe. Here's what the delicious sandwich should look like.

 

 

 

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And now for A.I.'s take...look good doesn't it?

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Toasted Ravioli

A St. Louis-created dish from the Wrold's Fair...the toasted ravioli. It seems no matter what restaurant you visit in the area they have this famous dish on their menu.

And now A.I.'s version...

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I think A.I. should leave our Midwestern Foods alone and focus on whatever it is supposed to do to make our lives easier.

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