This is the latest in food-related acheivements from TUM's Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group, which is part of the PR2 Beta Program. Over the past couple years, they've programmed their robots to learn to make food, including pancakes and Bavarian breakfast. Instead of programming these tasks directly, their research enables robots to learn how to perform these tasks from instructions on the Internet and other resources.
Rosie has a “very high degree of cognition,” meaning it can intelligently perceive environments as well as make decisions and execute actions autonomously.
In a more practical sense, it means Rosie can use its built-in camera and two four-fingered hands to manipulate objects such as a slice of bread, cheese, salami, or a coffee cup, to create lunch for you, lazy human.