People have given some really solid advice here, and I don't think you need another person to echo the other posters' recommendations to cut the dairy, nuts, wine, etc. The only thing I would add is that you could try upping your protein. You're sedentary, so it may not be "necessary" per se, but Robb Wolf recommends to a lot of folks taking in right around 1g/lb body weight (not just lean body mass). We all have different protein needs and some are fine with the low-end of Mark's recommendation of .7g/lb of lean body mass, but some do require more for satiety.
I agree with the others and you can up the carbs a little, and just eat more vegetables, period. Also, thank your lucky freaking stars that you can maintain 135lbs on 2400+ calories a day. That is... ridiculous. And really lucky for you.
Now, I would say that your calories aren't being used very wisely and it isn't surprising that you're still hungry. I too can demolish close to 1lb of meat in a sitting, so that's all good. But if you want to eat 12oz of meat, sausage isn't a good idea if you're trying to lose weight, nor is 7 pieces of bacon in a day, nor is half a cup of heavy cream. I would tell you to cut the bacon, sausage, and heavy cream consumption in half and add more protein just for satiety's sake.
If you're new to PB, that much fat intake is great for you to jump in, get started, and switch your metabolism, or to maintain weight. It is not conducive to losing weight. Bump up your vegetable and protein intake (or don't, Saiorse always gives wonderful advice. I'm just going with what Robb Wolf has said for those looking to lose weight) and cut down the fat. 40-50% of daily calories is more than enough. If you're calorie-restricted and therefore burning body fat, your body is getting a high-fat meal ALL THE TIME. When you're happy with your weight, feel free to kick the fat back up again, since then you would be wanting to burn the fat in your stomach and not on your ____(insert body part here).
Live Clean, Love Hard. Or vice versa.
Female! Height: 5'10.5" HW: 161 SW: 135 CW: 124 GW: Whatever number my body wants to be when I'm eating and moving well - trying to get that muscle mass up.