One time I told my friend that I ate a piece of bread with honey (not jam, real honey from the bottle) and my friend asked me if the honey is good with bread.
Sometimes you say to two people (usually they are a couple) "You two look good together"
In a similar way, I wanted to say something like "Honey and bread are good together". The problem with this is, I think the bread is the main element and honey is like a sub-element. But here, they seem to be in the same rank/position:
"Honey is pretty good on bread"
"Honey is good with bread"
Is there any common expression for this?