CC Madhya 4.67

grāmera yateka taṇḍula, dāli godhūma-cūrṇa
sakala āniyā dila parvata haila pūrṇa
Word for word: 
grāmera — of the village; yateka — all; taṇḍula — the rice; dāli — dhal; godhūma-cūrṇa — wheat flour; sakala — all; āniyā — bringing; dila — offered; parvata — the top of the hill; haila — became; pūrṇa — filled.
Translation: 
As soon as the people of the village had understood that the Deity was going to be installed, they had brought their entire stocks of rice, dhal and wheat flour. They brought such large quantities that the entire surface of the top of the hill was filled.