Hi Richard, and welcome back to the Zone.
The meal critique:
1 whole egg: 1 P block
2 egg whites: 1 P block
1 cup strawberries: 1C block
1/2 cup cottage cheese; 2 P blocks.
1/2 banana: more than 1 C block
1 slice Ezekiel bread: more than one C block
14 cup pineapple: less than 1 C block
9 almonds: 3 F blocks
Total: 4P, 4C, 3 F
Even though you've got 4P and 3F on paper, technically your good with fat amounts because that egg yolk contains more fat than a typical low fat Zone protein choice. That said, success in the Zone is about much more than achieving 4P, 4C, and 4F on paper. The best food choices are lean proteins, vegetables and berries, and monounsaturated fats such as almonds, olive oil and avocados. Egg yolks are to be avoided because they are rich in AA, a fatty acid. AA is the form in which inflammation exists in the cells of the body, and which Dr. Sears refers to as "toxic fat". The omega 3's in fish oil dilute excess AA, reducing cellular inflammation. Eating egg yolks is basically a fast track to increasing cellular inflammation. Most of the carbohydrate in your meal is higher density carbohydrate, aka unfavorable carbohydrate (banana, bread and pineapple). Dr. Sears recommends no more than 25% of all carbohydrate from unfavorable in any meal. The less unfavorable carbohydrate you eat, the better your insulin control will be.
A revamp of your meal:
Have an 8 egg white omelet, loads of veggies, and drizzle it (or cook it) with with 1 tablespoon of first cold press extra virgin olive oil (plus a few strawberries, if you like). As for loads of veggies, according to Dr. Sears that would be about 2 pounds of vegetables (weight prior to cooking). The veggies I like best with omelets are various combinations of onions, tomatoes, spinach, green squash, yellow squash, eggplant, peppers (all colors and types) and mushrooms.
I'll be happy to help. Have fun with it!