Caucasian woman sells Chinese pancakes on Seattle streets

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Anastasia Searfoss and the “Bing of Fire” (Photo by John Liu/NWAW)

Anastasia Searfoss sells Chinese pancakes called Jianbing — which people can get from street vendors in China — early in the morning on the streets in Seattle. Searfoss taught English in Anji, of east China’s Zhejiang province, for a year and a half. During that time, she traveled around China and ate various kinds of Chinese food. After she came back to the United States, she found out that there was nobody making Jianbing in Seattle. She started making and selling them full time. Her “Bing of Fire” food truck can be found at various locations around Seattle. She also has a website, bingoffire.com, where customers can see where she will be on certain days. (end)

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