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Adele Adkins's Turkey and/or Ham Wraps


Adele Adkins's Turkey and/or Ham Wraps


Turkey and/or Ham Wraps


Thin sliced turkey or ham deli meat

Shredded cheddar cheese

8oz. cream cheese, softened

Hidden Valley Ranch powder mix

Large, soft flour tortilla shells

In a bowl, mix softened cream cheese with ranch powder until blended well. Spread a thin layer of cream cheese mixture across one side of a tortilla, and then sprinkle cheese and add a couple of slices of turkey and/or ham. Starting at one side, roll it up and cut into halves or quarters. Serve cold and enjoy!

Adele Laurie Blue Adkins was born on May 5, 1988, in England. She was an only child who developed a passion for music at a young age. She spent much of her youth playing the guitar and singing to her friends. Her debut album, 19, contains her first song, “Hometown Glory,” written when she was just 16. She appeared on Saturday Night Live in 2008, which boosted her career in the United States. She has received 15 Grammy Awards and nine Brit Awards. With sales of over 120 million records, Adele is one of the world’s best-selling music artists.

Did you Know?

From Gas Mask Filters to Kleenex

From Gas Mask Filters to Kleenex

Did you know that the Kleenex brand’s story began during the First World War when Kimberly-Clark developed a cotton substitute crepe paper used as a filter within gas masks? In the early 1920s, the crepe paper innovation was adapted into a consumer product called Kotex, which was used for women’s feminine hygiene. Then they changed the product’s composition making it thinner and softer and re-naming it Kleenex. It was not only marketed as a cold cream and makeup remover, but it also became a popular replacement for a handkerchief.

Printing Quiz

When your 
printer mentions being “camera ready,” what they really mean is:

  • Primped with fresh makeup, looking your best

  • Practicing a photogenic smile

  • A file that is ready to be printed with no changes or revisions

Camera-ready is a common term in the printing industry that means ready to “go to press” or be printed.