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Famous chef Rachael Ray, family escapes house fire on Lake Lucerne



Famous chef Rachael Ray and her family survived a fire that destroyed her home on Lake Lucerne.

The fire at her Chuckwagon Trail home was reported around 7:30 p.m. Warren County officials say neither Ray nor anyone in her family was injured.

The cause of the fire is under investigation but is not believed to be suspicious, officials said.

Fire companies from Warren County and Saratoga County remained at the scene overnight.

During the coronavirus pandemic, Ray recorded her appearance at home.

“Thanks for the concern. Rachael, her husband and their dog Bella are safe,” Ray’s representative Charlie Dougiello told USA TODAY in a statement. “The house has been badly damaged and we still do not know to what extent.”

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Ray, 51, grew up in southern Adirondacks and has maintained a home on Lake Lucerne for several years.

Ray comes from a family of chefs and restaurants – her mother temporarily managed Howard Johnson in Lake George – and she started the food business in New York City.


She moved back to Lake George as she was turning 30 years old and began managing the pub at Sagamore Resort. She later worked as a food buyer and chef for the gourmet food market of Cowan & Lobel cuisine now in Albany. It was there she came up with the concept behind “30-Minute Food”.


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