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Stolen Cheese Vans Found; Munchery Launches in Seattle

CALIFORNIA— Three Volkswagen minibuses owned by the Oregon-based Tillamook Cheese Factory have been recovered by police after they were stolen over the weekend. According to a Tillamook statement, the cheese sampling buses — which were on a tour in California to promote the dairy's products — were found by police "in near original condition." Two people have been arrested in connection with the theft. [AP]

SEATTLE— The San Francisco-based meal delivery service Munchery officially launched yesterday in Seattle, the company's first market outside the Bay Area. As Fast Company notes, the on-demand service provides users with complete meals that arrive chilled, to be heated by the diner. The menu changes daily and features dishes by local chefs; in Seattle, chef Emily Moore (formerly of the Painted Table) is among those on board. [Fast Co.]

FOOD MEDIASaveur magazine celebrates its 20th anniversary with 20 cakes made by the country's best pastry chefs and bloggers. Click through to see the birthday greetings from the likes of Brooks Headley, Christina Tosi, and Elisabeth Prueitt. [Saveur]

[Photo: Charity Maness/Tillamook]