CC Madhya 3.55

dui pāśe dharila saba mṛt-kuṇḍikā bhari’
cāṅpākalā-dadhi-sandeśa kahite nā pāri
Word for word: 
dui pāśe — on two sides; dharila — kept; saba — all; mṛt-kuṇḍikā — earthen pots; bhari’ — filling; cāṅpā-kalā — a kind of banana known as cāṅpā-kalā; dadhi-sandeśa — mixed with yogurt and sandeśa; kahite — to say; — not; pāri — I am able.
Translation: 
In two places there were earthen pots filled with another preparation made with yogurt, sandeśa [a sweetmeat made with curd] and banana. I am unable to describe it all.