Mitt Romney's wife, Ann, has a new cookbook out that's just in time for Thanksgiving called, The Romney Family Table: Sharing Home-Cooked Recipes and Favorite Traditions.
So, what's her goal for this Thanksgiving?
Ann told INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent, "To me, let's do healthy, let's do easy. Baking the turkey is the hardest part of the meal, frankly. If you use a salt brine the day before, it really does work and it helps."
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Ann showed Trent how to make one of her favorite Thanksgiving side dishes, roasted vegetables.
"This is the easiest thing in the world to make. All you do is chop some vegetables, add some olive oil, sprinkle some salt in there, and stir it up."
"Stir it up with your hands?" questioned Trent.
"Absolutely. Get in there," answered Ann.
"I always think I don't have enough olive oil in there, but you can probably tell me otherwise," said a concerned Trent.
"Yes, this looks good," replied Ann as she finished up with the vegetables.
Place the mixture on a roasting pan, and put it in a 400 degree oven for 40 minutes.
"In the end, it couldn't be easier, it couldn't be more delicious," said Ann.
So, what's it really like in the Romney house on Thanksgiving? Trent asked Ann, "With children, grandchildren, how many people, you talking?"
Ann replied, "We have 22 grand children, and we have five sons that are married with five beautiful girls. That's ten, you add that up that's 32, add Mitt and me, and that's 34."
"You all don't sit at the same table do you?" questioned Trent.
"We do!" exclaimed Ann.
Wow! That's one massive family feast!