What Is ‘Chasing A Plate’ With Thomas & Sheena?

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Chasing A Plate
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Traveling and trying other foods and delicacies from other places in the world can be a fun activity, especially in retirement!

One of the channels that offers videos about food and travel experiences around the world is the Chasing A Plate YouTube Channel by Thomas And Sheena Southam.

We think that they are a great source for seniors who want to try traveling and eating different foods, so we will be profiling them in this article!

 

Who Are Thomas And Sheena?

Thomas And Sheena Southam
Courtesy of Chasing A Plate Facebook Profile.

A Kiwi couple named Thomas and Sheena Southam love to travel the world in search of the best food. According to them in their YouTube Channel,

We travel to eat and believe that food is one of the best ways to learn about different cultures and to connect with people. We want to inspire your own food hunting adventures, to introduce you to new cultures and to bring you some delicious food!

Thomas Southam
Courtesy of Thomas Southam LinkedIn Profile.

According to Thomas Southam LinkedIn Profile, he started his working experience as an Administrative support in Odyssey House Trust from 2001 to 2003. His next job was a Customer Service Representative of Freedom Air from September 2004 to January 2006. Then he worked as a Distribution Manager in Trelise Cooper Group from January 2006 to September 2011. He also worked as a Logistics Manager for Vigorella from March 2012 to March 2013. After that, he became the Manager and Buyer of Terra Madre from March 2013 to October 2016. And at present, he was a Full-time Content Creator for Chasing A Plate.

Sheena Southam
Courtesy of Sheena Southam LinkedIn Profile.

While Sheena Southam holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from the University of Auckland. According to her LinkedIn Profile, she started working as a Retail Associate at Trelise Cooper Group from May 2005 to June 2009. Her next job was a Refugee and Individual at Risk Intern of Amnesty International from February 2009 to July 2009. Then became a Barrister for Jeremy Sutton, Auckland Family & Human Rights Lawyer from September 2009 to 2011. She also worked as a Solicitor for Coote Family Lawyers from August 2012 to June 2013.  After that she worked as an Associate for Nixey & Associates from August 2013 to March 2016. And at present, she was the Writer and Editor at Chasing A Plate.

 

What Is The “Chasing A Plate” YouTube Channel?

Chasing A Plate YouTube
Courtesy of Chasing A Plate YouTube Channel.

The Chasing A Plate YouTube Channel is created by the couple named Thomas and Sheena Southam. And according to their website,

We created Chasing a Plate, the YouTube channel so we could bring our audience along on our eating adventures in a more engaging way. Through videography, writing and photography we want to showcase destinations through their food cultures and inspire our audience to experience it for themselves.

The channel showcases different cultures around the world using food. The videos included local eats spots, markets, street stalls, restaurants, traditional food, and iconic dishes. The contents are intended for food lovers who want to eat and to travel.

In addition to that, Chasing A Plate has been on YouTube since June 29, 2016 and as of the time of this writing, has accumulated 157K subscribers and 22,713,406 total views.

 

Most Popular Videos

Chasing A Plate Website
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Chasing A Plate YouTube Channel is popular for sharing contents about food and travel experience around the world.

As of right now, the three most popular videos on the channel are:

NEPALI STREET FOOD feast in KATHMANDU, Nepal | Best MOMOS in Kathmandu + traditional Newari food” with 1,494,842 views.

Mouthwatering SOUTH INDIAN STREET FOOD tour in CHENNAI | Indian street food PARADISE” with 961,695 views.

Amazing MALAYSIAN street food at KUALA LUMPUR NIGHT MARKET | Food and Travel Channel | Malaysia” with 942,648 views.

The videos are embedded below:

 

 

 

Chasing A Plate Online Presence And Publicity

Chasing A Plate Twitter
Courtesy of Chasing A Plate Twitter Profile.

Chasing A Plate is present on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Patreon. You may also check their website for their blogs and street food recipes.

You may also visit the Chasing A Plate YouTube Channel for more video contents about food and travel.

 

Conclusion

We hope this article has been helpful as we believe Chasing A Plate YouTube Channel is a great resource for seniors! Find out more about them by subscribing and watching videos in their YouTube Channel.

 

 

 

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