I'm looking for input - Roaster will be the main course for a guest in our home on Monday night. Roaster needed to go. He was a good rooster, but it was time....he was defensive of his girls to me. Which means, it's time for him to go. He's a nearly 2yo Black Java. Became about a 4#8oz carcass. So he went. Was dispatched. Is resting in fridge. I'm looking for your opinions on the best way to turn him into a meal. I'm thinking chicken and dumplings - which in my recipe means pre-cooked meat, add frozen veggies and sauce and cook for 20min in 350 oven, dumplings on the side (more biscuits than dumplings). Which leads the question - best method to cook him so he's not stiff as a brick! Pressure cooker? Slow cooker on low? Something else? Looking for input, as he's the guest to our guest on Monday night. THANK YOU!