Britain is home to some amazing food. I love a good Turkish fig or Greek olive, but over the last year or so I've been trying harder and harder to eat seasonal, British food, and it's been an eye-opener. Knowing what to look for and when to look, you can pick up some delicious bargains. The other day, I bought a bunch of purple sprouting broccoli from Kent which cost me a pound and tasted like it was grown in God's back garden. And this wasn't at a farmer's market or a branch of Wholefoods, but at my local Morrisons (I found it next to a crate of green beans from Kenya and some asparagus from Mexico).
I've made an Android App which you can pull out in such a situation to get an instant overview of what's going to be good right now. It's called "In Season" and I would be thrilled if you would go to the Android Market, download it and tell me what you think of it.
The code is available, open sourced under the GPL, at github.