Am I the only one that loses their mind when enhancing the flavor of their chicken and dumplings? Possibly, but I don’t think so. I believe there is a huge group of fellow female soup and stew makers across America that would like to get their pot-holdered hands on the man who manufactured the bouillon cube.
Why do I say this? Because no woman in her right mind would design a common essential cooking ingredient that takes a half an hour to open. We don’t have that kind of time! It took me longer to open these meticulously wrapped bundles of goodness then it did to cook my entire entrée.
Just to see if I was correct, I did some research. Yes, Swiss-born, Mr. Silvain S. Wyler began manufacturing these “convenient” cubes in 1931. The only problem is, Mr. Silvain S. Wyler forgot to manufacture the tool that is required to open them.
Come on inventors out there! You can give me the pancake pen, the herb stripper, and the cherry chopper but you can’t design a bouillon wrapper blaster? Someone call the Mr. Pillow guy…I have a new job for him!