One year after losing everything in a fire that destroyed her Lake Luzerne, N.Y., home, the TV cook says her NYC apartment completely flooded during the Hurricane Ida storms. Worse yet, she just renovated it.
Christmas isn’t the same for Rachael Ray this year after her house fire, but she’s trying to make the best of it.
The chef reveals the fire started in her chimney. "It was blood-curdling and chilling from head to toe," Ray recalls.
Firefighters reportedly rushed to Rachael Ray's house on Chuckwagon Trail in Lake Luzerne at around 8 p.m
Ray talked about how different it has been posting videos of herself cooking on her Instagram from her kitchen, instead of filming in front of a live studio audience.
On what would have been Anthony Bourdain’s 63rd birthday, the internet is filled with tributes to the celebrity chef — including one from his estranged wife, Ottavia Busia-Bourdain.
A more apt description of Bourdain came from his friend and fellow chef Eric Ripert, who called him "one of the great storytellers of our time." For more than two decades, Bourdain has left a big mark on pop culture through his books and shows — and even his feuds.
Ray may joke about not being “cool enough” to be a member of Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s inner circle, but her Feedback party is one of the coolest events at South by Southwest.
Pepsi just pulled their new ad starring Kendall Jenner. The commercial received backlash for appropriating the Black Lives Matter movement to sell soda. In a statement, Pepsi said, “Clearly we missed the mark. In 2008, a Dunkin’ Donuts ad featuring Rachael Ray’s was pulled because the scarf she wore looked like those worn by Muslim terrorists.
It's Meow Madness on the Hallmark Channel, and announcers Mary Carillo and John Salley keep the cat puns running on all fours throughout the experience.
On Sunday’s Worst Cooks in America, the contestants were confronted by younger judges that were every bit as harsh as their older counterparts. Host Rachael Ray stepped aside to make way for Lexi, a former contestant on Food Network Star Kids, while Anne Burrell gave the reigns to her niece Isabella.
Just when we thought this couldn’t get any crazier! Beyoncé’s unforgiving fanbase misidentified TV chef Rachael Ray as fashion designer Rachel Roy, who recently hinted that she’s the woman referred to as “Becky” in Queen Bey’s new song. The 34-year-old entertainer released her new album, Lemonade, on Saturday, April 23, immediately after debuting the accompanying visual album film on HBO. In one of the tracks, titled “Sorry,” Beyoncé slams her cheating lover for hooking up with a woman that she simply calls “Becky.”
Rachael Ray and husband John Cusimano celebrated their tenth anniversary by renewing their vows in Italy. The TV chef and her husband, John Cusimano, have an annual tradition of renewing their wedding vows at Castello di Velona, the Tuscan castle where they were married in 2005. There “wasn’t a dry eye in the house” when the Rachael Ray Show host recited a Charles Bernstein poem called “All the Whiskey in Heaven” for the man she affectionately calls Johnny Walker — because of his love of the beverage — during her vows.
Former NFL player Eddie Jackson just scored a TV touchdown: Sunday night’s Food Network Star finale revealed Jackson as Season 11’s winner, which means he’ll get his own show on Food Network. Jackson played cornerback and strong safety at the University of Arkansas before signing with the Carolina Panthers in 2004. After five seasons in the NFL, Jackson turned to cooking, and competed on Season 4 of Fox’s MasterChef (finishing eighth) before appearing on Food Network Star.