Yes, and no.
Protein 2 hours prior to workout, carbs one hour.
Protein after workout should be pre-digested for fast absorption and synthesis and be within 20 minutes of completing, not 30 (window is smaller than thought previously)
Eggs don't have to be boiled, and in fact its better for you if they're soft scrambled.
Cottage Cheese at bedtime, no berries. In fact, no high glycemic carbs late at night and no carbs after 6 p.m., period.
Pork is fine if it's lean and cooked medium and eaten in combination with beans/legumes before 5 p.m.
Some saturated fat is required for both protein synthesis and neurological function - about 8 to 10 grams a day depending on body weight.
And finally - YELLING IT DOES NOT MAKE IT BETTER, it actually is good eating, the taste of food is better, and variety is possible for very good nutrition and outstanding taste satisfaction. Don't make it sound like the beanery at Guantanamo! Yeeesh!
Oh, and canned tuna is a joke, and a stinky, over-processed, lead and mercury filled, not really good quality and not easily digested source of protein. Fresh tuna, pan seared...that's the good stuff. And eggs.