"If you want to enjoy the Saddle of Cougar, be sure to eat it. If you try to ride one of these critters, he'll surely take a bite out of your behind." – Cassandra Goat-Kicker, Washington
"When you are preparing the Jellied Moose Nose, be sure to wipe it with a handkerchief if the moose died while suffering from the common cold."— Antawn Souffle, Florida
"I had never tried Rare Roasted Timberdoodle before I bought your cookbook. All the Timberdoodle recipes in my family cookbook called for this fowl to be cooked well done. I must say that your recipe is rare, and your book is well done."
— "Grubstake" Wheatley, New Hampshire
"If I ever find the son-of-a-bitch who invented Son-of-A-Bitch Stew, I'll shake his hand."
— Gentry Holcomm, Texas
"I tried to prepare the Stuffed Raccoon using a stuffed raccoon that has been mounted on my wall for about 20 years. Somehow, it tasted a little stale."
— Gerri Cummerbun, South Dakota
"Sweet and Sour Armadillo: is this a recipe, or a guide to the moods of armadillos?"— Doris Zagnat, New Jersey
"The Roast Skunk is tasty, but if you approach this dish from the back end, the aroma is not so good."— Hopgood Abermarle, Kansas
Charles G. Irion has been an owner/operator of R.V. resorts in Arizona and around the United States for 30 years. His love of camping and hiking had inspired the collection of these recipes. “Secrets of Hunters and Trappers” are shared in Roadkill Cooking for Campers – The Best Dang Wild Game Cookbook in the World, along with tips on tanning, making soap and preparing game for various forms of cooking.