CC Antya 6.117

sugandhi sundara prasāda — mādhuryera sāra
dui bhāi tāhā khāñā santoṣa apāra
Word for word: 
su-gandhi — fragrant; sundara — beautiful; prasāda — food; mādhuryera sāra — the essence of all sweetness; dui bhāi — the two brothers; tāhā — that; khāñā — eating; santoṣa apāra — very, very happy.
Translation: 
Aromatic and pleasing to see, the food was the essence of all sweetness. Thus the two brothers, Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu and Lord Nityānanda Prabhu, ate it with great satisfaction.