Typical menu...hmm....I have settled in on a two meal a day plan (I'm just not hungry for 3 and if I only do 1 a la leangains, I tend to overdo it on the one big meal. Also there was some evidence brought out in the original thread about huge chunks of protein all at once like that causing insulin spikes.)
Usually eggs in the morning, somewhere between 4 and 6. Mix in some spinach or salsa fresca, yumm.
Dinner is protein + salad or other veg
Favorite proteins lately:
chicken cooked in the crock pot
goat (dirt cheap and delicious)
I have gotten over my aversion to offal. Heart makes the best jerky and liver is really quite good if cooked well.
With these protein dense but relatively non-fatty sources, you can eat a large quantity without overdoing the calories. I find it more satisfying than a smaller quantity of something fatty like brisket or bacon.
For veggies, I have gotten away from the roots like carrots and parsnips and the winter squashes like acorn and butternut for the time being, yummy but too carb heavy. I stick to lots of BIG Big Ass Salads. Otherwise I eat what is organic and in season.
I found some whey protein powder that I use as a supplement now and then. Mark's Primal Fuel is yummy but it includes a lot of coconut which adds nothing to the protein, only excess fat and calories galore. I drank too many of those at Primalcon and put back on 4 lbs then had to get them off again. The brand I use is Hammer Nutrition and it is only minimally sweetened with stevia. It's good for, in the evening if you look at your sparkpeople numbers and see that you are coming up a little short on protein but don't want to add too many calories, you can make a shake as a nightcap or sometimes you just don't have the time or the inclination for eggs in the morning.