Do you have any signature recipes that your entire family loves? As anyone who spends much time in the kitchen knows, cooking is a family affair. Coming together to enjoy a meal with the family is an experience unlike any other, and much of food culture gets dictated by what stands the test of time and what doesn’t. While we all have our innovations in the kitchen, somehow it always seems like our grandparents can cook a little bit better than we can. Still, it’s never too late to learn from the masters. With that in mind, here are old-fashioned recipes your grandmother would approve of.

Amish Scrapple

Many of us have probably never made Amish scrapple—but once you’ve had it you’ll want it again and again. In essence, the meal is a kind of combination of sausage and biscuits and gravy, though it’s still completely its own. Best of all? It couldn’t be easier to make. This recipe comes from Mr. Food—here’s how you do it: