BTR Cooking Show

Premiere DateJun 10, 2012
00:00 Intro
02:14 Roots And Culture Mikey Dread
08:14 Call The Police John Wayne
11:26 Feel Di Vibes Kabaka Pyramid
14:03 Mic Break
16:24 Original Dancehall Tarrus Riley
20:02 Milk & Honey Hollie Cook
23:40 We Run It (Jamaica) Tarrus Riley
26:40 Mic Break
28:31 Big Bambam Valley ft. Keida
31:46 Dem Wah Whine Demarco
34:44 Mic Break
36:09 A Yah Suh Nice Potential Kid
39:04 Back Way Cham ft. O
43:09 Mic Break
44:10 Whining Feva Busy Signal
46:52 Trailor Load A Girls Shabba Ranks
50:42 Mic Break
53:25 Rob & Gone Barrington Levy
57:30 'Till I'm Laid To Rest Buju Banton
61:51 Mic Break
63:20 Massa God World Buju Banton ft. Wayne Wonder
67:11 Soulja Girl Mavado
70:21 African Queen 2Face Idibia
74:41 Mic Break
76:43 Body Beat Hollie Cook
80:22 Finish
DJ Meredith visits Jamaican restaurant Miss Lily’s, in New York City. Miss Lily’s is a Caribbean oasis in the middle of downtown Manhattan, serving up some authentic cuisine. Miss Lily’s specializes in a modern approach to classic island cooking and Meredith is here to tell you all about her dining experience. Also, enjoy learning how to concoct an easy Ackee Dip! Invite a group of friends over for the night, but with a Jamaican twist!

Ackee Dip Recipe

2 Ackee
1 Clove chopped garlic
1 Tbsp. Lemon Juice
Pinch of sea salt
1 Medium chopped tomatoes
1 Tbsp Fresh chopped cilantro


Boil the ackee in water for about 5-10 minutes, or until soft, remove from heat, pit, skin, and mash the contents. Mix with chopped garlic, lemon juice, a pinch of sea salt, and refrigerate for about 2 hours, or until cold. Then mix in some chopped tomatoes and cilantro, and you’ve got yourself some Ackee Dip! Garnish with your favorite plantain chips.

Meredith is a DJ/producer born and raised in Staten Island, NY. She was always a collector of vast amounts of music and grew up listening to all styles, from Afrobeat to hip-hop to reggae. Growing up in the big…