Chelsea Wicked Hot Sauce: Inspired by the Chelsea Fires of 1908 and 1973, this hot sauce comes in at $5 per bottle.
Artisanal products from Eastern Massachusetts
Great Chelsea Fire, Chelsea, MA, 1973. I was 5 at the time and could see it out the window from 2 towns away.
The Great Chelsea, Ma Fire of 1973
Chelsea, MA (History of)
Caribbean Hot Pepper Sauce, Walters Specialty Foods: This flavorful hot sauce emulates the atmosphere and essence of the islands of the Caribbean, but is not for the tame.
Descendant Dark Ale by Mystic Brewery in Chelsea MA
This postcard shows the ruins of City Hall and the Baptist Church on April 12, 1908, after the Great Chelsea Fire.
Norman Gautreau THE CHELSEA FIRE 1973 Massachusetts : Lot 239E
Around the turn of the century, postcards were often used for documenting history.This postcard photograph is a view from Broadway looking south after the Great Chelsea Fire of 1908.
A. B. Atwood. View from a Train Station, Chelsea Fire, Chelsea, MA, 1908. Gelatin Silver Print Panorama from a collection of 39 snapshots and 13 panoramas documenting the fire.
Williams school in Chelsea Massachusetts | Date: July 7, 2012 to August 14, 2012.
Fire Dill, Ruuska All Natural Pickles: Pickle fanatics will enjoy this spicy version of dill, marinated with a Thailand chili pepper and fresh ingredients.
Map Of Chelsea
Chelsea, Chelsea, Chelsea
The Tobin Bridge. Taken in Chelsea on the sore of the Mystic River facing Boston.
Mystic Mall; Chelsea, Massachusetts
Tobin Bridge over the Mystic River, from Boston to Chelsea, MA
Chelsea & Revere Ma...Tobin Bridge
Katz's Bagels Chelsea MA (I've been enjoying these since before I had teeth!)
Moe’s Private Reserve Multi-Purpose Seasoning & Rub, Fine Spice Company: BBQ lovers will want to check out the original and hot versions of this seasoning and rub, which can be used to coat beef, chicken, and pork, or to make dips.
While Acorn Street feels narrow by 2012 standards, it’s comforting to know that it’s been measured and, per an 1825 decree, the lane is exactly wide enough for two cows to pass one another.