Pastitsio is a Greek pasta dish that is served as a main course. I made this dish a few years ago and decided to make it again. Normally you would use a tube pasta, such as ziti, but elbow pasta works fine. The original recipe calls for jarred Alfredo sauce. Since I didn’t want to buy jarred sauce and this month’s Waiter, There’s Something In My… challenge is sauces, I decided to make my own. I haven’t made homemade Alfredo sauce since high school, so I was hoping everything would work, and it did. If you don’t want the sauce to be as dry, cut back on the parmesan cheese. Also, the cinnamon and nutmeg may sound weird in this dish, but trust me you need to add them.