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ANN ROMNEY'S NEW COOKBOOK!

Romney said her husband first started cooking when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1998, a disease that ravaged her in the beginning, sapping her energy and forcing her to rest constantly, something she wasn’t used to doing.  She chuckles at the image of her family being waited on hand and foot as she and Mitt raised five sons. They now also have 22 grandchildren.  

“He learned how to roast a chicken, how to steam vegetables,” she said, adding that things have changed a bit since the disease went into remission.

“I was doing the cooking. Mitt was washing the dishes. The boys were misbehaving. Life wasn’t perfect. It was messy,” she said.

With recipes ranging from Mimi’s buttermilk pancakes to mango salad, lasagna noodle bake, Mitt’s meatloaf cakes and banana trash pudding, the book has reached the New York Times advice best seller list.

“It’s really interesting that he’s forgotten all about it now that I’m better,” she joked, noting that he was probably at home making himself hot dogs while she travels to promote her book.

She said proceeds from the book’s sales will be donated to research at the Center for Neurologic Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston where she has been treated since her diagnosis.
But why a cookbook?

Romney explained it simply: It was a “more upbeat, positive, cheerful thing to write about than politics.”


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