From what I have learned, the numbers themselves aren't as important as the range & dynamics -- the spikes & valleys if you will. Part of this is how fast your body recovers from an elevated BG load. Normal varies from person to person and depends upon age, physical condition, weight, activity and many other factors.
In my situation, a pre-meal BG reading of below 5.0 (Canadian), while considered slightly high for normals, feels very low to me. A 2-hour after reading of below or around 6.0 is optimum for me but again, high by classic normal standards.
According to what I've read around here, meters are not 100% accurate. I think this is what is producing the relatively small changes in your test figures. Your morning fluctuations are probably the Dawn Phenomenon -- normals get this too.
Some of the meals you descibed are loaded with carbs. I don't know if you are overweight but just for an experiment, lay off the burgers, fries, pasta & bread for a week and then take a few readings.
Let us know the results