There may possibly be abraded traces of letters at the right and at the corresponding points in lines 3 and 5 where one would expect to find either quantities or cash sums.
offellam: the normal spelling is ofella. For the meaning adopted see Dunbabin (1935), 10 and cf. Adams (1994); note the comments of André on Apicius 7.4 (Budé ed., 1974) where the recipe given includes ligusticum and amulum (both perhaps found in 204). The account in 191 also has the meat in the accusative case and other items in the genitive.
The symbol and the digit are further to the left than one might expect and it is possible that there was also a cash sum specified at the right.
Possibly traces of m(odios) and a numeral at the right.