I'm building a setting for a sci-fi RPG. The overall idea is a somewhat grounded in reality universe, albeit impractical and honestly quite silly sometimes.
Somewhat like Shadowrun meets Futurama.
In this setting, one of the world-sprawling corporations is a food-based company called CHECKERS.
CHECKERS has, as one of its signature services, the Orbital Delivery. You open up an app on your smartphone, select your goods, pay the fee, and in a little bit a package is sent your way from their space-based wharehouse (employment laws are a tad more lax in low earth orbit).
This service is mostly used to deliver shady packages all over the globe - weapons, ammo, legally-questionable devices, underpaid software developers... you name it. However, this highly-questionable service can't be used in the open without attracting attention from all sorts of governments, so CHECKERS needs a good coverup to their operation.
They solved it using Orbital Delivery Pizza.
CHECKERS puts its pizzas - while still uncooked - inside a specially designed shell and shoots it down from orbit towards the target destination. The pizza-boxes use the heat from re-entry to cook their contents, delivering its cargo hot and crispy down there. Sometimes too crispy.
Those containers are - externally, at least - almost indistinguishable from the packages containing the shady goods. To the layman, seeing an orbital package usually means their fellow friendly neighbor ordered a nice pepperoni pizza. To the neighbor, getting that package means that they just got their weekly fix of Gethighnow 20x or similar. So far so good.
This, however, raises a question - Is the heat from re-entry enough to cook a pizza? Is it even possible to build a container able to capitalize that heat and cook the pizza inside?