Everyone loves family recipes that the elders shared with the younger generations. Some people prepare the recipes as elders taught, while others add their flair and flavors. How do you handle your family recipes? Generational recipes should be documented, adjusted as needed, and passed to the young relatives. In the past, people relied on their memories to share recipes. However, with technology, it is possible to share cooking directions for all recipes. Also, look carefully at the recipe for its fat and sugar content. Can you make it healthier by adjusting some ingredients without losing taste or texture? You would want the food to taste and look like what your elders made. Next, ensure that the younger relatives understand the history of the recipe and the importance of each step. Sharing recipes that have passed through relatives with the younger ones is one way to share family history and build relationships with family.