By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – On Thursday, December 4th, publishers Réptil Editora launched "Gula Gula – Cozinha Carioca" (Gula Gula - A Rio Kitchen), a new cookbook that also chronicles the rise of Gula Gula, a now famous network of seventeen Rio de Janeiro restaurants that began, a little over thirty years ago, as one shop in Leblon.

While written in Portuguese, the book, in addition to telling the story of Gula Gula's rise in Rio, features mouthwatering images accompanying thirty of the restaurant's recipes for its now famous dishes.

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