Newfoundland savoury dressing is about as Newfoundland Labrador as it gets. The scent of savoury stuffing or dressing as it is more commonly called, wafting from a Sunday morning Newfoundland kitchen is a universal experience for every born and bred Newfoundlander. For many people there is no other kind of stuffing; it is that pervasive in our food culture.
Summer savoury is the annual herb that gives this stuffing its unique aroma and flavour and although not nearly as commonly found in other parts of the country, or North America, it has been grown by Mt. Scio Farm in St. Johns for longer than most if not all can remember.