Ana Quincoces

Ana Quincoces


She’s known as Miami’s Hottest Chef! Latina Ana Quincoces is a former real estate lawyer turned celebrity chef, food entrepreneur, cookbook author and social influencer. Specializing in delicious Cuban food, Ana is a sought after bi-lingual talent on reality and talk television shows.

A cast member of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Miami, Ana parlayed her celebrity into a thriving brand. She wrote three cookbooks: Sabor! A Passion for Cuban Cuisine, Cuban Chicks Can Cook and The Versailles Restaurant Cookbook. Ana also created Skinny Latina, a popular line of Latin-inspired cooking sauces and marinades sold in 500 grocery stores in Florida – Whole Foods, Publix Super Markets and The Fresh Market. Most recently, Ana appeared on CNBC’s The Profit to help rebrand Skinny Latina with the help of billionaire and host Marcus Lemonis.

Ana’s 100k plus Instagram followers have lead to endorsement deals with some of the world’s biggest brands, like Target, Unilever, Olay Skin Care Products, Smithfield Foods, Estee Lauder, NASCAR and Nestle.


A self-taught home cook known for spicing up dishes with a Cuban twist; Ana was a finalist on Food Network Star, Season 12. She then went from contestant to judge appearing on Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen with Gordon Ramsay and Telemundo’s MasterChef Latino.

Ana has guest co-hosted two major ABC talk shows,The View and The Chew. She also hosted Fox’s Utilisima Puro Chef and for several years co-hosted Daily Flash, an internationally distributed news and entertainment program airing on the CW and Fox Networks. She’s been a guest theToday show, Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Telemundo’s Un Nuevo Dia, Univision’s Despierta America, HLN and CNN.

And there’s print exposure too. Press in US Weekly, Latina Magazine and countless features in Miami Herald Newspaper that goes beyond her fame from The Real Housewives franchise.

Clearly a one-woman powerhouse with non-stop ambition, Ana is the Culinary Editor for Miami Vibes Magazine. She’s also a keynote speaker for various conferences around the country including Hispanic Leadership and Women in Business. Her messaging is often about empowering women to live rewarding and successful lives.


Ana is happiest cooking in the kitchen with her two daughters, Beba a Los Angeles TV producer and Kati a New York attorney. Ana credits her girls for being the driving force behind everything she does.