You can use fresh leaves of Summer Savory (or dried), in dressings, salads, gravies, stews and meats.
You can grow Summer Savory by planting in average soil, in a sunny area after danger of frost has passed. Sow seeds and cover with 1/4 inch of soil, and pat lightly. Seedlings will appear in 14-21 days. (depending on soil and weather conditions)
Thin out the seedlings to stand about 15 inches apart, after they are 1-2 inches high.
It is best to gather the plants when they are in full bloom. Dry the foliage thoroughly before placing in glass jars for winter use. It helps if you mulch to control weeds.
You don't need a lot of space to have a great little herb garden.