Breakfast (I choose one of these meals for breakfast)
1. 4 whole eggs, mixed with 1 cup oatmeal; add some real maple syrup to taste.
2. A steak and a baked potato (yes, I grill out at 7 in the morning.
3. Protein drink with milk, a couple pieces of toast with peanut butter.
4. 6 whole eggs, 2 pieces of toast
5. 6 whole eggs with salsa, 1 apple
6. Huge protein drink
Lunch (choose 1)
1. Chicken Salad
2. Chicken with rice
3. Turkey Sandwich
Dinner (choose 1 of these)
1. About 10 different chicken dishes that my wife cooks - they are excellent but I couldn't tell you what they are - just a lot of chicken and not too many carbs
At dinner, my wife also bakes some green beans with Olive Oil. I eat about 20-30 green beans - I love them. I don't know how she cooks them, but they are damn good.
I also eat about 1-3 protein drinks a day - each of them being about 60-70g of protein. I will also snack on some apples and protein bars throughout the day.
The goal of my eating is to get at least 200g of protein. I don't get too wrapped up in the other stuff, only I try not to eat too crappy. I never stay away from anything, so if I want to eat something...I do. Like tonight, I will go to gymnastics with my son and then we go to the play area at the mall (a tired kid is a good kid). I love the pretzels at the mall, so I will eat them. Or I will get a slice of pizza.
The point is this: you don't have to stuff yourself all the time - just eat to your are content, exercise a lot and you will be fine. I'm not trying to look like a bodybuilder, so I don't eat like one. I know myself too well to know that I don't care enough to eat like that. Self-realization will go a long way in conquering your diet habits.
Here is the best advice I can give you: Eat different foods and see how you feel. If you feel like shit after you eat X food, don't eat it. Fast food makes me feel like crap, so I don't eat it too much. But I don't need to eat oatmeal all day to perform in the gym.