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May 10, 2006 at 1:23 PM

Google chow

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Even before lunch Google already showered reporters with tasty snacks from its legendary cafeterias. Breakfast included smoked salmon, fruit platters with centerpieces like a melon carved into a swan. There are no coffee urns — instead there are hundreds of French press plunge pots.

On the tables were bottles of Welsh mineral water and an amuse bouche — a date and orange segment in a small dish of pollen, and a honey drizzled dried apricot on a bed of shelled pistachios and almonds.

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