Breakfast is oatmeal and coffee maybe a protein bar if I can stomach it. lunch is peanut butter and honey on bread. I shop around for the most protein/calorie dense bread. For snacks before/after lunch i have power bars and mountain house blueberry granola. Then dinner is mountain house. My two favorite "flavors" are mac and cheese, and mashed potatoes with chicken breasts. I usually stock up on those and then alternate each night. mac and cheese has more overall calories while the mashed potatoes and chicken has more protein.
Then I leave several extras mountain house dinners at the truck as well as LOTS of other food. apples, bananas, chocolate milk... stuff that is great but too heavy to pack in at the start of the hunt. Then once I get an elk down and am making trips to the truck with quarters, I bring extra food back down to camp. I really like the 4-person serving bag of beef stew by mountain house. I burn more calories than an averaged sized person because of my size, so getting in enough calories is always a challenge. I have come to realize that I don't need to replace every calorie I burn, and that is not realistic anyways. I know I'm going to lose about 5-10 pounds over the course of 7-10 days and then just eat like a horse once I get back home.