CC Antya 6.56

baḍa baḍa mṛt-kuṇḍikā ānāila pāṅca sāte
eka vipra prabhu lāgi’ ciḍā bhijāya tāte
Word for word: 
baḍa baḍa — big, big; mṛt-kuṇḍikā — earthen basins; ānāila — arranged to be brought; pāṅca sāte — five or seven; eka vipra — one brāhmaṇa; prabhu lāgi’ — for Nityānanda Prabhu; ciḍā — the chipped rice; bhijāya — soaked; tāte — in those.
Translation: 
He also obtained five or seven especially large earthen pots, and in these pots a brāhmaṇa began soaking chipped rice for the satisfaction of Lord Nityānanda.