Kiwi jam is yummy!! That's a fave in our house.
For rhubarb I'd probably go for jelly rather than jam, since rhubarb can be stringy. I've never heard of pumpkin jam, but I have heard of pumpkin butter, which is yum.
Do you have access to guava or fejoa? Those would make yummy jams, too.
I'm jealous of your apricot pineapple, that's DH's fave, but the fruit for it is so expensive here.
Then you could always do more "standard" flavors with a twist. I've made cherry jam with rapadura sugar, so it has a lot of the molasses flavor. And I've also made strawberry jam with cardamom seeds in it.
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