I'm not sure if you might get better help on the exercise messageboard to achieve your goals, and I don't know the Occam's protocol, but looking at one post on it, looks like a high protein perhaps lower on the carbs diet, and fat is not a concern.
This sounds like a protocol, and I think you are saying this too, for just a couple months to achieve your goals, and you are wondering how to transition to keep your physical gains, but be a bit more normal now.
I think you need to switch things up in your weightlifting, and do some different exercises, aimed at the same muscle groups, to get yourself over the plateau you are at. And you should also work on strengthening your "core" or your abs and your back muscles, because they have to support strength gain in any of your more outward muscles.
As to eating less, I have worked with a rather big bodybuilder who was a vegetarian, so I know it is not necessary to eat masses of protein, or fat, to get big. What is necessary is perserverance.
Why don't you try fritatas? They are kind of like scrambled eggs with stuff mixed in, except you bake them, so they come out more solid, you can cut them in pizza type slices or squares if you use a square pan, and often taste good cold, so it makes them portable for a quick lunch main course.
Here is a link to a search of sparkrecipes.com for fritatas. recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipes.asp?food=f
For other inspiration for good foods to add to your diet instead of the protein, think about upping your fiber intake, because that is what is lacking in the sort of diet I was seeing with occam's protocol, and fiber is important for our digestive system health. Whole grains. Vegies and fruits. There are a lot of medical studies that warn against red meat, so you might want to trade that in for chicken.