Rachael Ray has a house in New York that caught fire and suffered severe damage on Sunday. The fire ripped through the home and shoot flames up the roof. Here are some snaps shared by artist Mark Mulholland on his Twitter handle:
— Mark Mulholland (@MulhollandWNYT) August 10, 2020
Thankfully, the firefighters came just about time to Rachael’s cook’s house located in Lake Luzerne at about 8 pm to stop the blaze. The causes of the fire breakout still unknown.
Fortunately, Rachael Ray and husband John Cusimano were saved. Charlie Dougiello, who represents the host, reported that the couple and their pet dog Bella were safe. However, their home has been damaged and they are in the process to figure out what is to be done.
The NY house belonged to Rachael since 2013 and has been her residence as well. She has been filming live cooking videos telecasted in her daytime talk show during the pandemic.
On Sunday, Rachael was at an outing for charity in golf. She had also shared images of food presentation a few hours before the fire broke out.
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@johnmcusimano’s golf day ⛳️ w friends – first friend outing in months!! Socially distancing + @johnmcusimano wearing his stay-cool gator 🐊 mask 😷 (Snacks are insane!) Charcuterie Boxes – everyone has their own box + cooler of water (and beer) 🙌🏻 The cured duck meat is ribboned w cherries 🍒 and rosemary and pepper. The prosciutto wraps, taleggio + sage. The bresaola wraps, plums and green tomatoes 🍅 w micro basil and thick aged balsamic 🌿 The local aged goat cheese has honey 🍯 w hazelnuts and blueberries. Smoked Oscars blue served w micro celery. Drunken goat cheese w a blackberry. Truffle mousse w capers on baguette. Pork country-style pate w shallots Dijon cornichon. Sourdough cracker w maple smoked chèvre. Sotto cenere truffle cheese. Salumi (mixed salami) – Fennel, Genoa, Beef, Hot, Beer✨ Also sent smoked filet mignon subs (long day!!) w horseradish, Dijon, sour cream sauce, watercress, radishes, shallots + cornichon on a baguette 🥖
Rachael Ray appreciated people’s concerns
The host took to Twitter to give an appreciation post for everyone who showed concerns for her. She also thanked the firefighters who tried their best to save their house.
Rachael tweeted giving thanks to the local responders for showing kindness and grace. They helped her save to whatever extent possible and prevented further spread of the fire. She also said that she was grateful that her mother, husband, and dog are all okay. Lastly, she ended on a positive note saying that there are times we should be happy about what we have and not think about what we lost. We hope the cook can quickly bounce back with her home arrangements and start hosting new talk shows as always.