The Kitchen is closed!
The main location of The Kitchen has closed for now and will be transitioning into a pop-up style food spot, which means folks far and wide will be able to experience the deliciousness of Hip Chick Farms products! While those plans are worked out throughout this and next year, you can still taste delicious nuggets and chicken fingers, meatballs, breakfast sausages and turkey patties at your local Whole Foods, Walmart or Kroger, online. And please be sure to like our main pages: HIP CHICK FARMS, Hip Chick Farms Facebook Page.
We are closed
We are closed
124 S Main Street
Sebastopol, CA 95472
You Can Order a Flight of Chicken Nuggets at The World’s First Nugget Tasting Room
The story sounds like the plot of a B-grade comedy: A chef who worked for a decade at Chez Panisse, the pioneering California restaurant that reminded Americans that ingredients actually have a season, decides to launch what she and her partner call the world’s first chicken nugget tasting room.
Johnson and Palandech are fully aware of the nugget’s less-than-savory reputation, which is a large part of the reason they got into the business. The couple’s Hip Chick Farms is “taking something that’s not considered healthy and making it beautiful,” Palandech said during a phone interview.
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Picky Eater Approved
HIP CHICK FARMS’ line of artisan, transparently sourced, chef inspired frozen chicken and poultry products are convenient for busy families. “Our chicken products contain no artificial ingredients; it’s like I’m in your kitchen, making it for you fresh,” says Chef Jen.
We believe in building a kinder and more transparent system for farm animals and that is why all of our chicken on The Kitchen menu is Global Animal Partnership (GAP) Step 3 certified, which is a recognized animal welfare certification by REAL Certified and ASPCA® Shop With Your Heart program. We also support GAP in improving its standards for animals and will continue to procure chicken from GAP-certified farmers as they implement higher on-farm standards by 2024 as well as require CAS processing, which is a system that is widely considered more humane.