CC Antya 6.65

dui dui mṛt-kuṇḍikā sabāra āge dila
eke dugdha-ciḍā, āre dadhi-ciḍā kaila
Word for word: 
dui dui — two and two; mṛt-kuṇḍikā — earthen pots; sabāra āge — before everyone; dila — offered; eke — in one; dugdha-ciḍā — chipped rice with condensed milk; āre — in the other; dadhi-ciḍā — chipped rice with yogurt; kaila — put.
Translation: 
Everyone was offered two earthen pots. In one was put chipped rice with condensed milk, and in the other chipped rice with yogurt.