SOS Help!

Please help if you can!

I planted savory for the first time this year and it is getting leggy and blooming and taking over.

I don’t know what to do with the stuff!

I have a recipe for savory butter that goes well on vegetables and pasta but what else can I do with it?


 


Savory Butter Spread

2 Tbsp Butter — Whipped
1 Tbsp minced garlic
1 Tbsp grated Parmesan
2 Tbsp chopped fresh Savory

Blend together all ingredients and spread on vegetables or pasta.


 

If you can help, please post and leave a link so I can come snag the recipe. Thanks forever and ever!

I have not been online much since my grandbabies, and my herb garden is suffering also.

I need all the help I can get!

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Katiez
    Jun 15, 2007 @ 15:17:08

    Anything and everything. It goes well with green beans, tomatoes, potatoes and other vegetables. Put a bunch in with rice when you cook it, use it in salads and salad dressing.
    You can use it anywhere you use basil or marjoram.
    I usually end up freezing as much as I can because I like to drop it into rice and soups in the winter.
    I chop the leaves roughly and freeze in ice cube trays covered in water or chicken stock. When frozen, pop out and store in freezer bags.
    That help?

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  2. coffeepot(sue)
    Jun 15, 2007 @ 19:27:20

    Thanks Katiez. I never have used it before this. I had no idea it would grow like it has.

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  3. Jeff
    Jun 18, 2007 @ 11:12:12

    Eppp…looks like it could take over your house soon!

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  4. Robin
    Jun 18, 2007 @ 11:15:12

    My spices book, called Hints and Pinches (I love that title!) says summer savory goes well with any kind of bean, especially in a white bean salad. It also says try it in an omelet and on garlic bread. Hope that helps a little! 🙂

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  5. Christa
    Jun 23, 2007 @ 21:02:36

    The same thing happened to me last summer. I grew savory for the first time and it grew like mad, but then I didn’t know what to do with all of it. As others have said, it’s great with beans — like a green bean salad.

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