In the 1960s the USSR developed the Fractional Orbital Bombardment System. We can call this system FOBS for short. This system permitted the launch of a payload of nuclear warheads which briefly remained in orbit. The warheads could deorbit as required to attack targets on the Earth.
It's unclear if this system was ever fully operational or how reliable it would have been. Later, this system was withdrawn as the result of international treaties. There is a possibility that newer Russian built systems still have FOBS capability, although this is unconfirmed.
Jiffy Pop was developed in the same time frame by the Frederick C. Mennen. It is a packaged food product that is ready to cook. It uses an aluminum container to allow stovetop cooking of popcorn. Really, any heat source would work. It allows fresh popcorn to be quickly produced.
Can we modify the Jiffy Pop container to survive re-entry and still properly pop the popcorn? It shouldn't arrive undercooked or burnt up, but properly cooked and ready to eat. The speed on touchdown should be low enough not to cause damage to simple structures like huts. If we needed to add a parachute that would be OK.
The idea being we can load our modified Jiffy Pop containers into a FOBS capable missile. Then we could deliver freshly popped popcorn to anyone under the orbital path.