CC Antya 16.12

bhojana karile pātra phelāñā yāya
lukāñā sei pātra āni’ cāṭi’ khāya
Word for word: 
bhojana karile — after eating; pātra — the leaf plate; phelāñā yāya — is thrown away; lukāñā — hiding; sei pātra — that leaf plate; āni’ — bringing; cāṭi’ khāya — he licks up.
Translation: 
After the Vaiṣṇavas finished eating, they would throw away their leaf dishes, and Kālidāsa would come out of hiding, take the leaves and lick up the remnants.