Martha Stewart just upstaged every home cook this Thanksgiving by baking 22 pies for everyone on her farm

Martha Stewart just upstaged every home cook this Thanksgiving by baking 22 pies for everyone on her farm
Martha Stewart appears on NBC News' "Today" show
Martha Stewart appears on NBC News' "Today" showPhoto by: Peter Kramer/NBC/NBC Newswire/NBCUniversal via Getty Images
  • Martha Stewart is a queen of holiday hosting.

  • She shared photos on Instagram of some of the 22 pies she made for people who work on her farm.

  • Stewart lives on her New York farm, which is also home to many animals and pets.

As a home cooking and lifestyle guru, Martha Stewart isn't shy about showing off her kitchen adventures — and the occasional thirst trap — on social media. On Wednesday afternoon, Stewart shared several photos of Thanksgiving pies she made for the people on her New York farm.

Stewart's Instagram post featured the desserts at different stages of the baking process — some seemed to be in their resting phase while others looked like they hadn't been cooked yet. But the one constant was that they all looked beautiful and carefully decorated.

Her caption read: "just some of the twenty two pies i am baking this morning for everyone here in the farm!!! choc pecan, pecan, butternut squash, lemon curd, etc!!!!"

The millionaire's 156-acre farm is located in Katonah — a hamlet situated within Bedford, New York — and is home to many gardens, animals, and house pets. She shares updates about the farm and many of the happenings there through her personal Instagram account, where she told followers in April about how four of her dogs mistook one of her cats for "an interloper" and killed her.

She's also showcased her horses, goats, and peacocks. In May 2021, Stewart called out the New York Post for reporting that she only owns 16 peacocks when she actually has 21 of them on her farm.

As of February 2021, Stewart had 30 people working out of the farm, which she turned into a production studio after COVID-19-related shutdowns, according to Harper's Bazaar. During that time, she took many safety precautions including hiring a concierge doctor to administer COVID-19 tests twice a week.

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