A magic love & a huge passion which Sasha Martin Â sent to meals Â from every country in the world. She spent 4 years cooking more than 650 receipes serving her lovely daughter every dish before her 5th birthday.
“By the time she turned 4 she was making some pretty awesome spring rolls (Vietnam)”
She said â€œMy goal is to make international cooking approachable and fun. My husband and young daughter are eager guinea pigs. We live smack-dab in the middle of Middle America and face many of the same challenges as our community â€“ a picky family member, finding ways to spice up dinnertime on a dime, and a desire to teach my child to love her world. We canâ€™t travel right now, so bringing the world to our kitchen was a great solution for our family.â€
“One year later she fell in love with a Gingerbread Ricotta Tart (Estonia)”
Â She find out the authentic meals coming from 195 countries, but these dishes are simple and healthy making satisfactions her lovers. She completely is finical about one’s dish, Sasha Martin only use ingredients being availbale, she could buy locally.
Sasha Martin’s love story
And this â€œlove storyâ€ is written into her debut book â€œLife from Scratch: A Memoir of Food, Family, and Forgivenessâ€ shares what drove her to cook the world and how her tumultuous childhood shaped who she would become as a mother.
LIFE FROM SCRATCH features 29 original recipes following traditional receipes of each country and Martinâ€™s own family heritage. This book significantly doesnâ€™t show delicious, it celebrates the simple truth that happiness is created from within.
More than a book, Sasha Martin shares her familyâ€™s experiences through foodies around the world on her Global Table Adventure blog.
“But she was a HUGE fan of watermelon lemonade (Ghana)”
“There were a few sticky situations, like walnuts dipped in concentrated grape juice (Georgia)”
“She satisfied her sweet tooth with a Macadamia Pie (Marshall Islands)”
“Her frankincense Ice cream tasted like Christmas Trees in July.. until it fell to the ground (Oman)”