6. Cheese and Crackers
With cheese and crackers, the appeal seems to be as much about the texture as the taste. After all, crackers tend to be crisp and crunchy, while the cheese is soft. The flavors do also work well together though, regardless of the specific type of cheese or crackers that you are using. I think this one is another example of how the saltiness of one ingredient (the crackers) works well against the creaminess/fattiness of the other (the cheese).
5. Chocolate and Pretzel
While chocolate and pretzel might not be as popular as peanut butter and chocolate, you do still see this combination popping up in a lot of different places. In fact, if you stop to think about it, you'll probably realize that chocolate and pretzel is a whole lot more common than you first thought.
4. Biscuits and Gravy
Without a doubt, the combination of biscuits and gravy is an American food. In fact, the term doesn't even make sense in some other parts of the world, because in the United Kingdom and some other places, the world biscuit means roughly the same as a cookie. The taste combination is one that you really have to try for yourself, but the flavors combine surprisingly well.