As I've said, I don't believe we can always eat "perfectly," and lunch when I'm working is a good example. I like to get away from work at lunch and that often means fast food. There are some pretty good places I can go (I'm lucky that where I work I have some pretty good options) but there they're not all great. Today was one example.
A local fast food barbecue chain in TN is call Bar-B-Cutie. They've got decent barbecue and it's it's quick for lunch. They also have deviled eggs for a side. I've never seen that at any other fast food restaurant and I love deviled eggs. Besides they're, ... well, ... eggs! (At one of their stores they actually have pork rinds -- where else can you get that at a fast food restaurant!)
My favorite meal is usually smoked sausage with green beans and of course, deviled eggs.
From a macronutrient perspective this is pretty darn good. We're talking very low carb, plenty of fat and protein so overall a pretty good low carb, high fat meal.
Quality-wise, it probably isn't so great, but then again, this is fast food. I don't know for sure (I plan to ask some day) but the oil they probably use on the grill is likely some kind of vegetable oil. The sausage is cured and likely has nitrates/nitrites. (I'll probably have a post on this subject some time and I'm rather torn on the whole nitrate/nitrite risk thing.) The beans aren't fresh and probably canned, and I don't know the source of the eggs but they're likely factory-farmed.
Micronutrient-wise, lunch at work is the one time I'll often have a diet soda, so the artificial sweetener isn't so good. (I generally don't have diet soda any other time since without having it with a meal, I can feel an effect on blood glucose so I know it's messing with my insulin.) On the other hand, the eggs are going to bring some great micronutrients, even if they are the best from pastured chickens.
Overall, not one of my greatest meals from a health perspective, but way better than a bunch of grains and sugar! By the way, I don't eat the cornbread. Well, maybe a tiny bite.