The pint-size actress is surprisingly a foodie. She has owned her own restaurants and has been cooking since she was ve. In 2011, she released Eva’s Kitchen in which she shares 100 dishes. A fusion of food from her Mexican heritage and her time growing up on a ranch in Texas, she has also included meals she experienced and loved while travelling. With everything from tamale to lemon dover sole, she also shares memories and anecdotes with her readers. Eva insists she’s not a chef, but a cook, so her recipes are easy to follow and it doesn’t matter if you burn the odd pan!