CC Madhya 15.54-55

eka-dina śāly-anna, vyañjana pāṅca-sāta
śāka, mocā-ghaṇṭa, bhṛṣṭa-paṭola-nimba-pāta
lembu-ādā-khaṇḍa, dadhi, dugdha, khaṇḍa-sāra
śālagrāme samarpilena bahu upahāra
Word for word: 
eka-dina — one day; śāli-anna — cooked rice made of śāli paddy; vyañjana — vegetables; pāṅca-sāta — five to seven different kinds; śāka — spinach; mocā-ghaṇṭa — curry made from banana flowers; bhṛṣṭa — fried; paṭola — paṭola vegetables; nimba-pāta — with leaves of the nimba tree; lembu — lemon; ādā-khaṇḍa — pieces of ginger; dadhi — yogurt; dugdha — milk; khaṇḍa-sāra — sugar candy; śālagrāme — unto Lord Viṣṇu in the form of the śālagrāma; samarpilena — offered; bahu upahāra — many other varieties of food.
Translation: 
“One day My mother, Śacī, offered food to Śālagrāma Viṣṇu. She offered rice cooked from śāli paddies, various kinds of vegetables, spinach, curry made of banana flowers, fried paṭola with nimba leaves, pieces of ginger with lemon, and also yogurt, milk, sugar candy and many other foods.