Gourmet Traveller

A QUICK WORD WITH ALAN CUMMING

I’m kind of a peasant – I like one bowl of food that’s all the same and that I can eat with a spoon. That’s really my favourite thing.

It was a school trip to Germany. Bizarrely, we stayed in an industrial town in the Rhine Valley called Koblenz. I’m not quite sure why we went there, I guess it was a good spot to base ourselves. We travelled from

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