Some substitutes for summer savory are winter savory, thyme or thyme with a dash of sage or mint. Summer savory has a milder taste compared to winter savory and thyme herbs. The savory plant is characterized by its stron... More »

Substitute plain thyme or thyme with a pinch of sage or mint for summer savory. Thyme is a bit stronger than summer savory, but is still in the same flavor family. More »

About.com advises the use of warm Italian or French herbs like sage, marjoram or thyme to replace the herb savory. Savory is a warm herb that belongs to the mint family. More »

Substitute plain thyme or thyme with a pinch of sage or mint for summer savory. Thyme is a bit stronger than summer savory, but is still in the same flavor family. More »

Dried savory is an herb with a flavor that is similar to thyme crossed with mint. It also is in the mint family. The two main types of savory are the summer and winter varieties. More »

Spices that are commonly used in sausages include pepper, sage, allspice, marjoram and thyme. Normally, sausages take ground spices; however, whole spices such as coarse pepper, whole peppercorns, bay leaves and pickling... More »

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Some of the most common spices blended to make poultry seasoning include sage, thyme, rosemary, marjoram, nutmeg and black pepper. These dried, ground spices enhance the flavor of chicken, turkey and other poultry produc... More »

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