Some Frequently Asked Questions About Turkey Hill

I forgot my password. How do I login to Answer

We all forget things from time to time. We will send you an email with a link to reset your password if you go to (opens new window) and click the “Forgot Password?” link. Enter the email address you used when registering for Turkey Hill Nation and then click “Reset Password.” Then follow the instructions in the email to reset and change your password. If you are not receiving emails from us, your account may be registered under a different email address. You might want to check your junk folder and set your filters to allow emails from Turkey Hill Nation.

Can anyone join Turkey Hill Nation?View Answer

Yes, provided that you are at least 13 years of age and a resident of the United States of America.

Why do you ask if I have children and what their ages are? View Answer

This helps tailor messages we may send you. For example, if you have young children, we might send you information about a craft to try with them.

When will I receive special offers and discounts?View Answer

If you opted in to receive emails from Turkey Hill Nation, we will occasionally send you offers and discounts. Make sure you checked the box in the "Edit" area of the About Me section for permission to send you emails.

I would like to receive email offers. How do I change my settings to opt into email?View Answer

Sign into your Turkey Hill Nation account, click About Me, and then click the Edit page link. Then check the box next to "Yes Turkey Hill Nation, please send me occasional emails about special promotions, news, events, and other things going on.” Then click the "Update" button.

How can I remove myself from your email list?View Answer

To remove yourself from our email list, you can visit the About Me page and click Edit. Then uncheck the choice for receiving email from Turkey Hill Nation.

What if I have an idea for the Turkey Hill Nation?View Answer

Please go to our Contact Us page, and send us your idea.

How can I update my email address?View Answer

  1. Once signed in to your account, click About Me.
  2. Select Edit.
  3. In the "Your Contact Information" section, change your email address and click the “Update” button.

How do I enable JavaScript for my web browser?View Answer

You can typically find JavaScript settings in the Tools, Security, or Advanced Settings area of your web browser. Yes, we use JavaScript for some pretty cool functions, like the Find Us area.

Is Turkey Hill Nation available as a mobile app? View Answer

Not any more. An app was originally created but it is no longer supported by us. You can login with the same credentials on this website.

Is there a tutorial to help me learn how to use Turkey Hill Nation? View Answer

Yes. Visit our How To page for a helpful tutorial.

How do I turn off Notifications? View Answer

Turkey Hill Nation automatically sends users no more than five push notifications a month. To learn how to disable this function, read the Turkey Hill Nation tutorial on our How To page.

How do I share a recipe idea with Turkey Hill? View Answer

Great question. Simply visit our Recipe Suggestions page found in the Recipes section and share your recipe with us. We'll review it, and might just share it with Turkey Hill Nation. We love trying fan-submitted recipes!

How do I delete the data Turkey Hill Nation stores about me? View Answer

Simply visit our Contact Us page to complete the form and request that our team permanently deletes your account. When your account is deleted, all data related to your Turkey Hill Nation account will be permanently deleted. If you deactivate your account yourself by going to the Edit page in the About Me section and then clicking the Deactivate Account link, it will maintain your account information in case you decide to join the Nation again in the future.

Does Turkey Hill follow ADA requirements for accessibility? View Answer

Turkey Hill is committed to making the website accessible to people with special needs, including those with visual, hearing, cognitive, and motor impairments. In accordance with the principles of universal design, this website follows accessibility best practices. If you experience problems or have suggestions for improvement, please contact us.