Ballistic BBQ Argentine Style

Greg Mrvich

Meet Greg Mrvich, our newest brand ambassador for Sunterra Outdoor and our Sunterra Pro line of grilling adventures! Greg is easily regarded as one of America’s top barbecue aficionados—and for good reason.

For starters, he is the founder and host of YouTube channel Ballistic BBQ, which has garnered over 330,000 subscribers and millions of views. He’s also gained serious publishing notoriety with his books Sous Vide BBQ: Delicious Recipes and Precision Techniques that Guarantee Smoky, Fall-Off-the-Bone BBQ Every Time and American Barbecue Sauces: Marinades, Rubs and More from the South and Beyond.

Greg’s culinary skill and creativity have enabled him to forge partnerships with some of the BBQ industry’s most respected brands. He’s also earned many prestigious designations, including Country Music Television Awards’ 2017 official grill master. His success is aided by the fact he has a natural ability to attract, and connect with, like-minded enthusiasts.

Greg resides in San Diego, CA. Usually, you’ll find on his backyard deck grilling with his wife and son. When he’s not grilling, he enjoys hitting the water or trail to pursue his fishing, 4x4 and backpacking passions.


Is Picanha Better Than Tri Tip? | Ballistic BBQ | Sunterra Pro Series Argentine Grill

How to make some of the best picanha you've ever had! I cooked up a whole picanha roast (sirloin cap) on my Sunterra Argentine grill using the rotisserie accessory. The results were amazing! Perfectly cooked medium-rare picanha! I decided to make a simple roast beef sandwich piled high on a kaiser-roll and it was awesome. I made a decision... I like picanha better than tri tip!

Smoky Grilled Chicken with BBQ Glaze Recipe on the Sunterra Pro Argentine Grill | Ballistic BBQ

Grilled chicken is good. Grilled chicken with a homemade cherry and brandy glaze is amazing. This chicken was grilled up on the Sunterra Pro Series Argentine Grill using their Versa-Lid accessory. This was an amazing cook! Cherry and Brandy Glaze Recipe,
18 ounce jar of cherry preserves
1/2 cup brandy
2 teaspoons pickling spice
1 tablespoon white vinegar
1 tablespoon salted butter
1 teaspoon California chili powder.
Combine the above ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a bowl. Reduce heat and simmer for about 30 minutes.

Brazilian Style Grilled Pork Ribs on the Argentine Grill!

Brazilian style ribs, marinated and grilled up on my Argentine grill! This is part of Exmark's Backyard Life campaign 00:00 

Recipe Ingredients:
3 racks St Louis trimmed pork spareribs Marinade 7 cloves crushed garlic 1 medium white onion, chopped ½ cup apple cider vinegar 1 tablespoon fresh ginger The juice of 3 limes The zest of 1 lime 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon dried oregano ½ teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon black pepper Prep. Blend together ingredients in food processor Honey Glaze 1 cup honey 2 pinches dried coriander 2 pinches chili powder 2 pinches course kosher salt Prep. Mix ingredients together in bowl

1. Place trimmed ribs in a plastic zip-top bag with marinade and refrigerate 2-12 hours. 2. Remove ribs from bag and shake off excess marinade over sink
3. Place ribs on preheated grill, cooking over low, or indirect heat until tinder 5-6 hours.
4. Glaze both sides of ribs with honey glaze and continue cooking over low heat until glaze sets.
5. Rest ribs for about 15 minutes before slicing

How To Grill Steak in 3 minutes on an Argentine Grill | Sunterra Argentine Brasero Grill

Skirt steak and frites (French fries) all grilled up on the Sunterra Pro Series Argentine Grill in a mere 3 minutes time! This is the perfect recipe if you're grilling for a large get-together, like the 4th of July. Grilling up these tender, beefy steaks only takes three minutes! I fried the spiralized potatoes using Sunterra's paella accessory.  #BallisticBBQ #SunterraProSeries #ArgentineGrill flap ballistic bbq sunterra santa maria grill sunterra argentine brasero grill sunterra grill

Ribeye Aged in Beef Tallow for 200 Days, I was Shocked! | Umai Dry | Sunterra | Ballistic BBQ

Ribeye Aged for 200 Days was inspired by Chef Lennox Hastie the owner and executive chef at Firedoor in Australia. He devised a technique which helps to prevent the meat going bad during this marathon aging process. I used Umai dry-aging bags which allowed me to do this at home, in my fridge. Wait until you see how this turned out!

New York Strip on the Argentine Grill! | More Tender than a Filet? | Ballistic BBQ | Sunterra Pro

4 very thick New York Strip Steaks (aka striploin) cut for a whole loin roast! I cooked these steaks on my Argentine Grill by Sunterra Pro low n slow over lump and hickory, then seared them on their new griddle accessory in a little beef tallow! The meat was provided by Certified Piedmontese. Certified Piedmontese is offering 25% off if you use discount code SUNTERRA 

Smoked Beef Back Ribs on Argentine Grill | BBQ Beef Ribs | Ballistic BBQ

Legit "Low n Slow" Smoked Beef Back Ribs on an Argentine Grill! I was able to pull this off with the help of Sunterra Pro's new "Versa-Lid."
This new accessory allows the Argentine Grills and Santa Maria grill to do traditional low n slow smoking cooks. Crank up the heat and you have a pizza oven! Hence the name, "Versa-Lid."

These ribs were amazing! I could not be happier with the way they turned out. Rivals the best offset pits on the market, without a doubt!
The ribs Certified Piedmontese sent me were fantastic. For 25% off, use discount code SUNTERRA.

BBQ Sauce Recipe:
1 1/2 cup beef broth
1 tsp pickling spice
1 tbs beef tallow
1/2 cup hoisin sauce
1 tbs fresh grated ginger
1 tsp soy sauce
A couple pinches crushed red pepper
Bring to a bowl, reduce to simmer for about 40 minutes.
Pickling Spice Recipe:
2 tablespoons whole mustard seeds
1 tablespoon whole allspice berries
2 teaspoons whole coriander seeds
1 teaspoon red pepper flakes, or more to taste
1 teaspoon ground ginger
2 bay leaves, crumbled
2 cinnamon sticks, broken in half
6 whole cloves

Argentine BBQ Brisket | Live-Fire Cooking | Ballistic BBQ

Brisket cooked open air, on an Argentine grill? In this video, that's exactly what I did! Live-fire cooking at its finest on an Argentine grill. Ever since I got this grill I wanted to see if I could cook a brisket "Santa Maria BBQ Style." Although I was cooking over an open fire,

I was still able to go low n slow with this incredible grill by Sunterra Pro .
Certified Piedmontese is offering 25% off if you use discount code SUNTERRA .
Brisket used was from Certified Piedmontese
Harry Soo Rubs:
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#BallisticBBQ #SunterraPro #Brisket texas ballistic bbq Argentina tri tip roast beef.

Argentine Grilled Rib-eyes | Sunterra Pro Argentine Rear Brasero Grill Review | Ballistic BBQ

Argentine Grilled Ribeyes, or "Gaucho Steaks," it doesn't get any better than this. I thought this was the perfect way of breaking in my new Sunterra Pro Series Argentine Grill and it was! four cowboy cut ribeyes, weighing in at about 2lbs each! Marinated in an Argentine steak marinade, grilled, and topped with a homemade red chimichurri sauce!

Marinade Recipe:
1/2 cup olive oil
3 tbs red wine vinegar
8 cloves crushed garlic
1 tsp each, black pepper, ground cumin, salt
1 tsp New Mexico Chile

Red Chimichurri Recipe:
12 cloves roasted garlic
2 shallots
1 cup olive oil
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
1/4 cup cilantro
2 tbs smoked paprika
2 tsp New Mexico Chile

Blend all ingredients well

Argentine Grilled Tomahawk Ribeye | Argentine Grilled Steak | Ballistic BBQ

36 ounces of Certified Piedmontese Tomahawk Ribeye Steak, forward seared on my Sunterra Pro-Series Argentine Grill .

Certified Piedmontese beef is very lean but super tender and much healthier than traditional beef, and they are offering 25% off if you use discount code SUNTERRA .
Grill Gun:

For basting oil for Argentine Grilled Ribeyes Grind together:
2 tsp whole pepper-corn
2 tsp whole coriander seed
2 tsp whole mustard seed
2 tsp dehydrated onion flakes
1 tsp smoked paprika
1 tsp ground allspice
As you grind, slowly add 1 cup olive oil and mix well.

Mayan Grilled Baby Back Ribs | Argentine Grill | Ballistic BBQ

Mayan Grilled Baby Back Ribs. I took two beautiful racks of baby back ribs and grilled them, low n slow on the Argentine Grill with some fantastic Mexican flavors. This video was sponsored by El Yucateco Hot Sauce . I used El Yucateco in an amazing sauce (recipe below) with an agave, and prickly pear cactus fruit base. Of course, the Sunterra Argentine Grill did what it does, Rocked The Cook! El Yucateco on YouTube:
Rub 1/2 cup sea-salt 1/4 cup achiote seed (ground)
Sauce Recipe
1 tbs allspice (ground)
1 tbs coriander seeds (ground)
2 tsp black pepper (ground)
1 tbs Mexican oregano
2 bay leaves (ground)
2 tsp El Yucateco Red Habanero Sauce
2 tsp El Yucateco Chipotle Sauce
1 3/4 agave nectar
1/4 cup blended prickly pear fruit S
immer for about 30 minutes, let cool before using.

Argentine Grilled Beef Ribs | Argentine Grill | Ballistic BBQ

Argentine Grilled Beef Ribs, cooked "Gaucho Style!" This is as good as it gets! I thought this was the perfect "next step" cook on Sunterra Pro Series Argentine Grill as I work my way through the long list of popular proteins. This was a total of two, three-bone racks of beef short ribs, cut across the bones, into six smaller racks. This is similar to how the real gauchos prepare ribs in Argentina. I seasoned the ribs with salt and fresh ground black pepper, and basted them with a homemade red chimichurri sauce! (Recipe below) Buy Grill Rescue here:

Red Chimichurri Recipe:
12 cloves roasted garlic
2 shallots
1 cup olive oil
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
1/4 cup cilantro
2 tbs smoked paprika
2 tsp New Mexico Chile

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