SB 10.42.25

avaniktāṅghri-yugalau
 bhuktvā kṣīropasecanam
ūṣatus tāṁ sukhaṁ rātriṁ
 jñātvā kaṁsa-cikīrṣitam
Synonyms: 
avanikta — bathed; aṅghri-yugalau — the two feet of each of Them; bhuktvā — eating; kṣīra-upasecanam — boiled rice sprinkled with milk; ūṣatuḥ — They stayed there; tām — for that; sukham — comfortably; rātrim — night; jñātvā — knowing; kaṁsa-cikīrṣitam — what Kaṁsa intended to do.
Translation: 
After Kṛṣṇa’s and Balarāma’s feet were bathed, the two Lords ate rice with milk. Then, although knowing what Kaṁsa intended to do, They spent the night there comfortably.