New TV Show Features Jamaican Food Spots

My LiKKle Food Spot, a new television program produced in Jamaica, began airing August 11, on the island’s FLOW 100 cable channel. My LiKKle Food Spot is scheduled to air on Wednesdays, at 9:00 pm with a repeat airing on Sundays, also at 9:00 pm. The show is hosted by Eddy Edwards, a South Florida radio personality and CEO of Riddims Marketing. 

The 30-minute program features a variety of restaurants and eateries in Jamaica, each with their own unique style and story.  From Barbican Beach in Kingston, which began as a way for friends to pass the time, to the kitchen at Moxon’s Beach Club on the island’s North Coast, where they serve their own version of a stuffed chicken breast, the epicurean delights are varied and tasty.

Recorded reality-style, My LiKKle Food Spot, is not just another magazine program. Eddy gets into the kitchen with the chef and assists in the food preparation, at times coaxing the chef to reveal their secret ingredient.  His years of broadcast experience and creative style compliments the casual format of the program in a natural setting. 

My LiKKle Food Spot is the brainchild and a production of BarriVision Productions, producers of Where in JA is Dry Lan’ Touris’, another reality-styled program currently airing on CVM TV in Jamaica and Gospel Rhythms also airing on FLOW 100.  Spearheaded by proficient TV and video producer, Michael Barrington Brown, BarriVision Productions continues to turn out innovative Caribbean programs which will soon be available in the U.S.A., Canada and other Caribbean Islands.