Rachael Ray is ‘safe’ after fire damages her upstate New York home

An upstate New York home owned by celebrity chef Rachael Ray caught fire Sunday, with jarring images showing the house engulfed in flames.

Ray and her family are OK following the blaze at the residence at Chuckwagon Trail in Lake Luzerne. They were at home when the fire broke out, a rep for Ray confirmed to the Daily News.

“Rachael, her husband John (Cusimano) and their dog Bella are safe,” the rep said in a statement. “Their home was unfortunately damaged and we are in the process of accessing to what extent.”

Authorities are now working to confirm what caused the fire, an official with the Warren County Sheriff’s Office told the Daily News. They received a call reporting the fire at about 5:30 p.m. Sunday.

Photos shared by WNYT journalist Mark Mulholland appear to show much of the house’s roof covered in flames.

Ray, 51, is among the most well-known celebrity chefs and has hosted cooking shows for years, including “30 Minute Meals” on the Food Network. She also hosts the syndicated lifestyle talk show “Rachael Ray.”

The longtime TV personality began filming episodes from her house in Lake Luzerne after the coronavirus pandemic began.

In April, Ray gave viewers a virtual tour of the home’s kitchen in a video.

“I decorated the house it before it was ever built,” Ray said in the clip. “I drew the house on a piece of paper so I knew what I wanted it to be in my mind.”

Earlier Sunday, Ray posted a photo of a food spread on Instagram.

@johnmcusimano’s golf day ⛳️ w friends - first friend outing in months!!” she captioned the post.