If the future can bring a lot of things, I think the future can also bring that: a self-cooking kitchen that does any recipe you ask it to do!
While there's multiples ways to achieve this, like revolutionize the kitchen so it is no longer adapted to humans but more to the machines, or even using a robot, I think kitchen will autocook somedays because the technology will allow it and a low of people learn cooking not for pleasure, but for saving money or not eat all the premade meals we can find.
Now, how this will limit the kitchen scope? How will it get real? How many recipes could do a kitchen? Will a manufacturer introduce a limitation, like you need to upgrade the kitchen hardware or software - at a cost - to make better food? And if yes, what impact will it have in how we will eat? Finally, will school learn us how to cook just in case electricity goes down, or we won't caree about it?