\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nMartha Stewart Throws in the Apron: No Turkey Feast This Thanksgiving, Says, 'I'm All Turkied Out!' Thanksgiving, the day of feasting and family, is typically ruled by the queen of the kitchen, Martha Stewart. However, this year, Stewart has decided to take a break from her usual turkey-centric celebrations and opt for a more laid-back approach.\r\n\r\nREAD: Securing the Elusive Large Rucksack in Modern Warfare 3 Zombies\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nMartha Stewart's Thanksgiving Twist: A Break from Tradition\r\nIn a recent episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show, the 82-year-old lifestyle mogul confessed, "I gave up Thanksgiving. I canceled." Why, you ask? Well, nine guests bailed due to someone falling ill. Stewart, not one to be defeated easily, promptly called her chef friend and declared, "We\u2019re not doing Thanksgiving."\r\n\r\nStewart, who has already cooked up a storm with 14 turkeys for her TV show, including a pending appearance on the Today show, proclaimed, "So forget it."\r\nTurkeyed Out: Why Martha Stewart Called Off Her Thanksgiving Dinner\r\nBut fear not, dear readers, for Martha won't be left hungry on Turkey Day. Instead of hosting, she'll be making the rounds, tasting her way through the holiday at the homes of different friends.\r\n\r\n"I made a plan," Stewart shared with a twinkle in her eye. "Friends invited me to their homes, so I\u2019m going to about five different homes to taste different courses." When questioned if her friends were stressed out, she cheekily replied, "Oh, I hope so."\r\nCulinary Adventures: Martha Stewart's Plan for a Thanksgiving Tasting Tour\r\nHost Kelly Clarkson, sensing Stewart might be "all turkeyed out," received a confirmation, "I am turkeyed out." In response, Clarkson humorously suggested, "If you were coming to my house, I would for sure lie and say I cooked it and have somebody else do it."\r\nDecorative Delight: Exploring Martha Stewart's Collection of Thanksgiving Turkeys\r\nThis change in Thanksgiving plans comes after Stewart's autumn escapades with her 12-year-old granddaughter, Jude, and friends, where they survived an "autumn weekend fest" filled with pumpkin carving, glamping, hiking, horseback riding, and, of course, eating.\r\nFrom Gravy to Glamping: Martha Stewart's Unconventional Autumn Weekend Fest\r\nIn a nod to last year's festivities, where Stewart showcased her extensive collection of decorative turkeys, this Thanksgiving, she's opting for a more relaxed, taste-testing adventure.\r\n\r\nAs for those who attended Stewart's previous Thanksgiving extravaganza, like designer Christopher Spitzmiller, they couldn't help but sing praises. "Every single dish was delicious," Spitzmiller wrote, "and to watch Martha make the gravy was a special treat. I had the honor of carving the turkey, and it was a magical day all around. So much to be thankful for."\r\nThanksgiving Chronicles: Christopher Spitzmiller Raves About Martha Stewart's Magical Day\r\nSo, this Thanksgiving, while Martha takes a backseat from the kitchen, she'll be on a culinary journey, proving that even the queen of Thanksgiving can switch things up and add a dash of humor to the holiday season.