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L.A.'s 'Reverse Coyote' on "Bizarre Foods" Tonight

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Lunch with Bill Esparza in La Paz, Baja California Sur (Photo by Krista Simmons/LAist)
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L.A.' s reverse coyote, Bill Esparza, is known by most Angeleno food folk as the dude who "smuggles" food tourists south of the border for Mexican culinary escapades. The man is obsessed with the pursuit of authentic cuisine, and a trip with him is nothing short of an enlightening if you're looking to tap into the core of Latino culture.

Tonight he'll be appearing on "Bizarre Foods America" with Andrew Zimmern, showing him around some of his favorite San Diegan establishments. Having participated in Esparza's Baja antics before, we can say this should prove to be an exciting hour of TV. The "Bizarre Foods" episode airs tonight at 9/8c on the Travel Channel, but if you miss out on that, he'll be taping a few segments for a yet-to-be named culinary travel show that focuses on L.A.'s ethnic pockets.

It's fairly safe to say "It's Raining Tacos."

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Previously
Andrew Zimmern Pops Up In L.A. to Cook, Learn and Spread the Gospel Of Our "mind-bogglingly spectacular" Food Scene
Watch Bizarre Foods' Baja Episode With Local Street Food Guru & Show Guest Bill Esparza
Tasty Tacos in Mexico City (A list curated by Bill Esparza)