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Shulchan Arukh OC 292:1 במנחה אומרים אשרי ובא לציון ואני תפלתי וגו' ומוציאין ספר תורה וקורין ג' אנשים י' פסוקים מפרשה הבאה ואפילו חל יום טוב להיות בשבת קורין בפרשה הבאה ולא בשל יום טוב. At Mincha one recites Ashrei ... and takes out a Torah scroll and three people read 10 verses (in total) from the next Parsha, and even if a holiday falls On Shabbat, ...


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As you noted in the question, the accepted halacha is that one requires bread at the first two meals (Shulchan Aruch 274:4). At the third meal, one needs to eat bread as well; however, there are opinions that one fulfills his obligation with mezonot items (or even meat and fish, or possibly even fruit) (Shulchan Aruch 291:5). Now, the opinion that allows ...


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my great grandmother had a minhag that she would light depending on how many aliyos there were. e.g. on shabbos that would be 7 and on Yom Kippur, I think there would be 5. no clue as for a source or reason but she was from Hungary so it's probably some Hungarian minhag!


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