SB 10.80.14

yācitvā caturo muṣṭīn
 viprān pṛthuka-taṇḍulān
caila-khaṇḍena tān baddhvā
 bhartre prādād upāyanam
Word for word: 
yācitvā — begging; caturaḥ — four; muṣṭīn — fistfuls; viprān — from the (neighboring) brāhmaṇas; pṛthuka-taṇḍulān — flat rice; caila — of cloth; khaṇḍena — with a ripped piece; tān — them; baddhvā — tying up; bhartre — to her husband; prādāt — she gave; upāyanam — gift.
Translation: 
Sudāmā’s wife begged four handfuls of flat rice from neighboring brāhmaṇas, tied up the rice in a torn piece of cloth and gave it to her husband as a present for Lord Kṛṣṇa.