CC Antya 16.34

kalāra pāṭuyā-kholā haite āmra nikāśiyā
tāṅra patnī tāṅre dena, khāyena cūṣiyā
Word for word: 
kalāra — of the banana tree; pāṭuyā-kholā — leaves and bark; haite — from within; āmra — mangoes; nikāśiyā — taking out; tāṅra patnī — his wife; tāṅre — to him; dena — gives; khāyena — eats; cūṣiyā — sucking.
Translation: 
Jhaḍu Ṭhākura’s wife then took the mangoes from their covering of banana tree leaves and bark and offered them to Jhaḍu Ṭhākura, who began to suck and eat them.