Tail: Scarlet, yellow, green, married
Body: Gold tinsel
Wing: Gray mallard with narrow strip of married blue and red over each side*
* The wing recipe originally was written simply as ‘gray mallard, blue, red.’ It has been amended here to accurately reflect the color plate painting and the structure of the wing. Goose shoulder works best for the red and blue stripe overlay because its curvature (top side out) follows the concave shape of the gray mallard flank, but duck wing quill could also be used, curving either in or out depending on your preference.