Am I allowed to organise a dinner with a ‘FONDUE’ together with Goyim at the table. Mibechinas Kashrus.
A fondue is a mixture of cheese, wine and alcohol which are melted in 1 big pot on the dining table. Every one is then dipping a piece of bread into the big melting pot and puts it on his plate for cosumption.
It is permitted to serve the fondue at a table with non-Jews, even if it contains wine. The reason for this is that the wine is part of a dish, and is not recognizable on its own.
Sources: Shulchan Aruch, Yoreh De’ah 123:5; Taz 4; Shulchan Gavoha 11.