CC Antya 2.58

pāka-sāmagrī ānaha, āmi yāhā cāi’
ye māgila, śivānanda āni’ dilā tāi
Word for word: 
pāka-sāmagrī ānaha — bring all cooking ingredients; āmi yāhā cāi — whatever I want; ye māgila — whatever he wanted; śivānanda — Śivānanda Sena; āni’ — bringing; dilā tāi — delivered everything.
Translation: 
Nṛsiṁhānanda Brahmacārī said to Śivānanda, “Please bring whatever cooking ingredients I want.” Thus Śivānanda Sena immediately brought whatever he asked for.