Summer after summer, we make batch after batch of gazpacho and, after trying many recipes, have determined that this is IT. It is adapted from a recipe published in the Times in 1968 -- a Craig Claibourne rendition of a home cook's (Manola Drozdoski) gazpacho formula. We have changed it a tad--less vinegar and sherry vinegar instead of red wine vinegar, We also only make it in the summer when we have gorgeous home grown or local tomatoes, peppers and cucumber. We've also found that it is even better if it sits in the fridge for 24 hours (but be aware that it doesn't last past a third day). If you've a good blender and a good strainer, it's a snap to make and amazingly delicious. Prep time does not include chilling time. BTW, it has no apparent relationship to Malaga.