Rachael Ray is reflecting on the lack of her upstate New York home following a devastating home fire final 12 months, in addition to revealing when she plans to maneuver again in.
The celeb chef, 52, opened up about shedding her place and showed off the home below development on Thursday’s episode of “The Rachael Ray Show.”
“So here is our bedroom,” Ray mentioned, displaying off a barren room the place she and her husband John Cusimano, 53, used to sleep. “This is the wall where I heard the fire climbing through the wall. The last time I was here, there was literally no roof.”
The clip then goes right into a tour of the home being reconstructed, with Ray lamenting on her former abode within the wake of its break. “Like nothing, the house was gone. At least you can see some bones,” she mentioned.
On transferring again into the home, Ray famous that the couple doesn’t plan to maneuver again in till “it’s done, done” and thanked her followers for his or her assist by means of their ordeal.
“We wanted to share with you guys because you’re so kind and you’ve shared so much with us in your thoughts and your prayers and your very beautiful, very open and honest letters,” Ray mentioned. “Thank you for letting us into your lives and trusting us and we’ll let you know when it’s a lot closer because we’re going to go back immediately.”
Ray and Cusimano have been dwelling in a visitor home on the Lake Luzerne property for the reason that blaze occurred.
The Food Network star’s life was turned the other way up in August when a fire took out her upstate New York main home. She previously shared a video with followers that confirmed off the devastation the blaze precipitated. Since then, the couple has been staying of their visitor home whereas the rebuilding effort has been happening.
At the time of the fire, Ray made positive to thank first responders who battled the blaze and allowed her to salvage a bit little bit of her home.
“Thank you to our local first responders for being kind and gracious and saving what they could of our home,” she mentioned. “Grateful that my mom, my husband, my dog… we’re all okay.”
“These are the days we all have to be grateful for what we have, not what we’ve lost,” she wrote on the time. “…I *did* lose my phone (posting through a team member) Thank you for all the well wishes, concern and outreach, but can’t return texts and calls at the moment…!”
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report