Transcript for Ann Romney Cooks Up Welsh Cakes on 'GMA'
Josh, throw it to me. I'm ready for morning tv. Really? Mrs. Romney, you're really ready for this? After raising five boys, I'm ready for anything thrown my way. All right, mrs. Romney. Go long. How is that for play of the day? Ann romney, this morning on -- "good morning america." A lot of cheers right there. Ann romney, mother of five boys. Getting you ready for anything, including "play of the day." If we're taking sides, I'm picking ann romney. I think she can handle it. And robin recovering from her bone marrow transplant. Great to have amy robach here. And great to have mrs. Romney here. She's cooking. And we're eating. We will taste some of the romney family favorites. Tell us about these. I've got a cooking emergency. The grill's too hot. But I'm here. I'm making welsh cakes. My grandmother taught me how to make them. I'm teaching my grandchildren how to make them. My grandfather started working in wales at age 6. And my grandmother, from the time they can remember, ate welsh cakes every day at 3:00. I'm learning how. I learned from my grandmother. And now, I'm teaching my grandkids. We're on seconds at 8:00. They're so good. And I love the commitment to the cooking. You were going to get that right, even though you were on television. That was really great. You should know at home, we invited michelle obama here, for a special morning. And she's working out her schedu. We hope to see her soon.
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