Hottest Dog

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Hottest Dog
Icon of an item from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Nintendo Switch)
The Thousand-Year Door (Nintendo Switch) description A spicy dog made by Zess T. Charges you and replenishes 7 HP and FP.

The Hottest Dog is an item that is exclusive to the Nintendo Switch remake of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. It is the only item to be added to the remake, and it is made by giving Zess T. a Hot Dog and some Hot Sauce. It restores 7 HP and FP while also giving the user the Charge status. After solving the Ratooey businessman's trouble, he hints towards this item by mentioning that his new product—the Hottest Dog, a combination of his Hot Sauce and Mr. Hoggle's Hot Dogs—was canceled.

In the Japanese version of the original game, the businessman mentions combining Hot Dogs with Hot Sauce to create a Hottest Dog, but attempting this recipe results in a Mistake. In the original English localization, he instead refers to combining his Hot Sauce with "Fat Dogs", an unobtainable item, presumably to avoid hinting at a nonexistent recipe. This change was undone for the remake. The original English localization additionally called the Hottest Dog a "Tongue-Blistering Fat Dog".

Recipes[edit]

Recipe Result of Cooked Item Game that Recipe is in
Hot Sauce + Hot Dog Hottest Dog Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (Nintendo Switch)

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カラリーナドッグ
Kararīna Doggu
Colorina Dog; 「カラリーナ」 (kararīna) derives from 「カラリン」 (kararin, "coloring") in the Japanese name of the Hot Sauce. It may derive from 「辛い」 (karai, "spicy") and 「サラリーマン」 (Sararīman, the Japanese name of the Businessman).

Chinese (simplified) 卡勒林纳热狗
Kǎ lēi lín nà règǒu
Colorina Hot Dog

Chinese (traditional) 卡勒林納熱狗
Kǎ lēi lín nà règǒu
Colorina Hot Dog

Dutch Broodje vuurworst
From broodje knakworst ("hotdog") and vuur ("fire")
French (NOA) Very hot-dog
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French (NOE) Arrache-dog
Spicy-dog; Arrache comes from ça arrache, a way of saying "it's really spicy" in French.
German Feuerwürstchen
Fire Sausage
Italian Panino Rossopica
Hot Sauce Hot Dog; lit. "Hot Sauce Sandwich"
Korean 핫핫도그
Hat hat dogeu
Hot Hot Dog

Spanish Perrito picante
Spicy Hot Dog