This year I plan to eat more meat, and fatty meat preferred. I'd like to know the general level of price per unit weight so I can judge if it's "worth it", compared to how much I like eating it. If it makes a difference, I probably will be eating the meat all by itself (just adding some leaf veggies on the side, and that will be my meal). You will probably ascertain that I'm not experienced in culinary ways at all, but simply would like to get data in this area of food availability/suitability.
For instance, I believe that beef rib eye is great to eat, can be prepared very quickly, has a nice amount of fat, but is pretty expensive. Pork back ribs take a long time to cook tenderly, can be cooked ahead and be tasty and fatty. But because of the bones, I don't know where that falls (more expensive/less expensive) with respect to rib eye. There's also fatty fish, like salmon to compare. All the way to canned or those little bags of tuna.
Optimally, I'd like to find a list of meats (cuts of meat) that included a price range (per edible weight vs with bones), the range of fat typically found in the meat. The list would include the whole range of source animals (not just beef, or not just fish, etc, but all available in the US).