Guac-pocalypse Now With Robert Earl Keen Singer-songwriter and Tex-Mex fan Robert Earl Keen tackles questions about other guac-troversies.
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Guac-pocalypse Now With Robert Earl Keen

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Robert Earl Keen plays game with Ophira Eisenberg on Ask Me Another at the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, Texas. Cindy Kelleher/Cindy Kelleher for NPR hide caption

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Robert Earl Keen plays game with Ophira Eisenberg on Ask Me Another at the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio, Texas.

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In the first season of Queer Eye, previous Ask Me Another guest Antoni Porowski broke the Internet by making guacamole with Greek yogurt. Inspired by this, singer-songwriter and Tex-Mex fan Robert Earl Keen tackles questions about other guac-troversies.

Heard on Robert Earl Keen: Texas Troubadour.