Old-School Dinners That Should Totally Make a Comeback

Meatloaf, originating from Germany, Scandinavia, and Belgium, became a traditional American household staple in the late 19th century.

Corned beef and cabbage, an Irish meal, gained popularity across the United States, not limited to St. Patrick's Day.

Liver and onions, once common in American homes and diners, has declined in popularity over the last few decades.

Tuna noodle casserole, rising to fame in the 1950s, features inexpensive and easily available ingredients with various modern variations.

Swedish meatballs, a traditional Scandinavian dish, became widely popular in the U.S., now synonymous with IKEA.

Chicken fried steak, with American origins inspired by German and Austrian cuisine, originated in Western Texas and Oklahoma.

Beef stroganoff, a Russian dish, gained popularity in the U.S. in the 1950s after World War II.