This is the general meal plan I follow based on the Diet for Healthy babies on page 15 of The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Childcare
Breakfast is eggs and fatty pork sausage.
Lunch is fish, twice a week shellfish (clams, mussels, oysters,) twice a week as a soup. Almost always fatty fish.
Dinner is fatty red meat, twice a week organ meets, twice a week soup. I make liver pate and heart meat burgers. Once or twice a week chicken is okay.
All meals are consumed with a large glass of raw milk (or some tasty raw cheese) and something fermented. Meals are served with whole grains, legumes, nuts, veggies, and fruits.
For example: When I am planning breakfast I start with eggs and sausage, but I can make those eggs with veggies or cheese or in eggs pancakes or French toast ... as long as there are eggs.
My family's favorite fish meals:
Lox on toast with creme fraiche, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onion, drizzled with olive oil
Caviar on toast with creme fraiche
Fish and chips (fried at home in tallow)
Boiled fish with rice and soy sauce
Canned oysters or sardines
My family's favorite red meat meals:
Lamb chops with mashed yams and garlic spinach
Organ meat shepherd's pie
Steak with mashed potatoes, mushrooms, and asparagus
Burgers, half wild game half heart meat
Bratwurst with mashed potatoes and sauerkraut
I do not succeed at following these guidelines all of the time. There are weeks that get super busy in which these guidelines are only followed half the time.