She hosts her own online media show on Video Junkie TV reporting on the latest news, events and topics from sports cars and technology to music, events, lifestyle and popular culture.The show has given her invaluable directing, editing and camera experience. Stefanie has interviewed many music celebs for Leeds Festival as well as appearing on ITV's Alan Titchmarsh Show, SKY TV, not forgetting being Nestle's first ever female Milky Bar Kid… at the age of 23! Her fun and 'game for anything' spirit is massively appealing and has led her to a passion for outdoor action – such as skiing and scuba diving.
She is also a massive film buff (and a sucker for all things 'celeb'). Stefanie loves all things fashion, showbiz and brings a wonderful and infectious natural energy to the screen and audience.
Vanessa Adonis comes from Paris where she's learned her skills working with Chef Joel Valero, owner of the restaurant Oh Duo and former pupil of famous 3 stars Michelin chef Bernard Loiseau.
Her passion for cooking is a family legacy but her love for food also comes from her belief that there is something unique to food: "food brings people together".
In 2010, while working for VOM FASS as a product developer and creating recipes using the fantastic range of VOM FASS products, she came with the idea of opening a cooking school.
The cooking school launched in 2013 and now welcomes foodies from all over the UK.
Fabrice Blazquez is an experienced international Wine Specialist. He is currently a Product Manager for VOM FASS UK.
French but with Italian and Spanish parents, his Love of Food and wine has no Limit.
After 20 years in France working for Michelin Starred restaurants and Hotels as well as starting in Paris during the fashion show in the 90's serving names like JPG and Karl Lagerfeld, he came to the UK 11 years ago and has worked for 5 stars restaurants and bars all over UK.
He is described as the wine poet due to his fun, relaxed, charming and sometimes unconventional approach to wine education. In spite of the bad Weather, Fabrice says he loves England for its great women and its fine whiskies...