CC Madhya 15.207

battiśā-āṭhiyā kalāra āṅgaṭiyā pāte
tina-māna taṇḍulera ubhārila bhāte
Word for word: 
battiśā-āṭhiyā — named battiśā-āṭhiyā; kalāra — of the banana tree; āṅgaṭiyā — without being divided; pāte — on a leaf; tina — three; māna — mānas (a certain weight); taṇḍulera — of rice; ubhārila — poured; bhāte — cooked rice.
Translation: 
First, three mānas of cooked rice — almost six pounds — was poured onto a big banana leaf.
Purport: 

This is the beginning of a description of the food prepared for Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu. This description is given by Kavirāja Gosvāmī, who, it is assumed, was an expert cook who knew both how to prepare and how to serve food.