Start Cooking the World Today

No need to wait any longer. In my FREE “Global Table Adventure Starter Guide” you’ll find the resources you need to start cooking the world today.

Your 45-page guide includes:

  • Tips for Starting Your Adventure
  • Getting Everyone Involved
  • Ideas for Potlucks & Parties
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Suggested Reading
  • List of countries (by continent)
  • List of countries (A-Z)
  • Get Social! (How to Connect with other Global Table

Armed with my free online recipes and this guide, you’ll have everything you need to take your loved ones anywhere in the world you’d like… by dinnertime.

Get your Starter Guide now

For exclusive access to these free resources, simply sign up for my Quarterly Newsletter (This link will navigate you to my author web site).

Enjoy and happy stovetop travels!
Sasha Martin



  1. Pam says

    Thank you! I started reading your book Thursday night, and i “devoured” it. Highlighting all the recipes on my nook as I read. I have wanted to write something similar with respect to my heritage and how our holidays are celebrated around the world. This was truly inspiring and as I look forward to a new phase in life, i may just give it a go!

    I have always had a rule in my house, not just for my family, but for anyone who sits at my table… you don’t have to eat everything, but you must TRY everything, at least three bites! Many of my friends tell me what a sophisticated palate my teenager has, and always had, because of that rule! I like to think many of our friends have expanded their ideas about food because of it!

    Thank you so much for sharing your adventure! I can’t wait to spend more time exploring your website which is now my NEW Favorite!

  2. Suzanne says

    After your interview on West Coast Live, I bought your book and loved it. I knew I wanted a hardback because I wanted all the recipes. Thank you for your lovely memoir which I could not put down.

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  4. Mary Beth says

    Hi Sasha,
    I chose your book for my month for our book club. I will be hosting the girls this weekend and will be featuring many of your recipes. I loved everything about your book and it was so heartwarming to share your journey. Thank you for sharing your story and your wonderful recipes!

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  7. Lynnae says

    I read your book all day yesterday, until 1 am and finished it today. Incredible, family story and cooking. Looking forward to being a follower. also thanks for all teh connections in Tulsa, I am almost a neighbor, living in Big Cabin, OK.

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  9. Terri Coats-Hamoud says

    You, your ideas….your WHOLE CONCEPT….are sssoooooooo awesome!
    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

  10. As soon as I finished reading your book I immediately read it again.
    Bravo. Great to know your history . Gives me an indept understanding
    of your project. Can’t wait to cook the Burmese soup tomorrow.

  11. Laurie says

    Thank you . For your honesty and owning your part with your relationship w patricia and pierre . For your loving memories of Michael , For the perseverance you fought for to love your mom , your siblings , your marriage your community .and to keep those doors open . I am so proud of you because you never allowed yourself to give in .
    And the Guiness/baileys cake rocked our Easter !! Even tho i lovelove german tree cake .

  12. Bert Sparks says

    Thank you Sasha, Ava, & Keith for allowing us into your life. I Googled summer books 2016 yesterday and “Life from Scratch” appeared. I thought to myself I could leisurely read this over the summer. Boy was I mistaken, I read it in one day. You had me back in time to many of my experiences as a child. Though mine weren’t quite as drastic or heartbreaking, the moments of heartbreak and happiness in mine were all too familiar. Funny how that happens when one’s story could bring back memories of another’s. I loved the book and hope that other’s will as well.

    I applaud you for your openness and discovery.

    Many blessings to you and your family.

  13. Janet Hancock says

    Got your book, loved it. Plan on cooking, having company, and it agree, peace and food.

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