Good Eats: Silly SmartShopper

Good Eats: Silly SmartShopper

Chris Phillips
Dec 13, 2007

The SmartShopper is a slim silver gadget that sticks to the fridge. Cooks talk to the $150 tool, telling it what they're out of, and the tool will add it to the printable grocery list.

Serious Eats posted a funny review of the SmartShopper this morning. They don't recommend it. It took one tester six tries to get the thing to add "eggs" to the grocery list. They call it using the tool about "as convenient as teaching a baby to read Tolstoy."

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