Oct 06, 2012 11:32 AM EDT
Oprah Winfrey was invited to Mitt Romney's holiday home in New Hampshire for an interview where he and his wife Ann Romney opened up about their family, his favorite foods, favorite songs and hopes for the country.
Winfrey talked with the Republican Presidential Candidate as he dressed casual and even packed food for Oprah to take home.
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"Ann makes these little meatloaf cakes with sweat sauce on top. Meatloaf cakes and mashed potatoes. Best thing in the world," Romney told Oprah for the interview featured on O Magazine's November issue.
Romney told Oprah that he never imagined being a president until he became older.
"I never imagined being the president in my youth. As a little boy, I wanted to be a policeman," he said. "And then as I got older and I saw my dad in the car business, an automobile executive," he added.
However, now that he is running for office Romney told Oprah what his vision for the world is:
"More liberty. More freedom. Opportunity. And hope," Romney said.
For the same issue of the magazine, Oprah interviewed President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama at the White House.
"Michelle accuses me of being a congenital optimist, but it's true. I think people are capable of great evil but are fundamentally good. I want America to continue to be on the side of expanding justice and freedom and opportunity," Obama told Oprah.
Both candidates also opened up about their household chores.
"Painting. I've painted rooms, stained floors. Oftentimes I don't even need to put down a drop cloth. I'm good enough at it," Romney said.
""Shoveling snow. You try chipping some ice off some windshields when it's five below at six in the morning," said President Obama.
The November issue hits stands October 9.
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