Anybody who likes a good meal prepared from wild game that inhabit water, land and sky will enjoy Roadkill Cooking for Campers – The Best Dang Wild Game Cookbook in the World. The book includes a section called “Fish And Other Water Critters” that is sure to hook the interest of any fisherman. Compiled by Charles G. Irion, this tantalizing book contains well over 350 mouthwatering recipes that offer something for every outdoorsman, fisherman, hunter, RVer and camper.
In addition to dozens of tasty recipes, this unique book has 65 humorous illustrations.
Roadkill Cooking for Campers – The Best Dang Wild Game Cookbook in the World is divided into ten recipe sections: Big Game Delights; Small Game Tummy Fillers; Winged Creatures; Fish And Other Water Critters; Liquid Concoctions; Vegetable Treats; Nuts, Seeds, Blossoms; Fruits And Berries; Breads, Butters Sauces, Puddings too; and Hodgepodge.
“This cookbook is crazy! It has all kinds of recipes in here from cooking fish to armadillo! Although I have to admit it is highly unlikely I will be cooking very many of these recipes because I am WAY too chicken to cook some of these critters, it was very entertaining to read through this book. There are recipes in here using game I would never even dream of eating, or thought could be eaten, which made me laugh out loud! Not every recipe is crazy, there are some good ones too! Definitely worth a read! Would make a great gift for the camper in your life!”
– Cindy, book blog reviewer
“Hunting for possums in a bus. The possum pie recipe on page 41 is the best! Useful and incredibly hilarious. Keep it close by when driving, you never know what your next meal will be. hahaha!
– Ellie Asuma, Amazon.com Reviewer
“I love this fun, humorous, and one-of-a-kind cookbook. It’s a great novelty gift. Full of wild recipes and crazy illustrations. The author is one funny guy. Thanks Charles Irion!”
– Jennifer, Amazon.com reviewer
“This cookbook has something for everyone and more. Everything you need to know to survive off the land, air and water. Recipes for Wild Game Hunters, Fishermen and Vegetarians, lots of funny graphics and Secrets of Hunters and Trappers. An excellent gift book!!!”
– Carol, Amazon.com reviewer
Recipe from the “Small Game Tummy Fillers” section of Roadkill Cooking
Jim Fancy Rabbit
- 2 rabbits, cut up
- 1/4 c. coconut bits
- 2 c. pineapple juice
- 1/2 c. broken cashews
- 2 T. honey
- 2 slices crisp bacon, crumbled
Rub carcass with salt and red pepper. Marinate in a mixture of pineapple juice and honey for not less than 2 hours. Fry bacon crisp, remove brown rabbit pieces in the drippings. Pour marinade over meat, cover. Simmer 2 1/2 hrs or until meat is tender. Add coconut ruding last 45 mins. Garnish with cashews, bacon and pineapple chunks.
Not into wild game recipes? That’s okay! We have recipes for you too! Here is an example.
Jim Fancy Rabbit
- 4c. flour
- 2 T. powdered milk
- 1 T. baking powder
- 1 1/2 c. warm water
- 1 tsp. salt
Put flour in pan or bowl, add baking powder, salt, and powdered milk. Mix all together. Pour warm water into mixture, hand mix until soft. Take a ball of soft dough, pat back and forth and pull until flat and round. Melt 1 c. of lard in deep skillet or Dutch oven, cut a short slash in the center of round or run finger through. Put dough into hot fat. Turn until brown on both sides. Roll in powdered sugar, cinnamon sugar, or with honey.