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Covering the smoke detector with a dishcloth can work. You could also use a shower cap or a rubber band and plastic wrap to temporarily disable the smoke detector. Once again, it is important to remember to uncover it when you are finished cooking. Using a fan or oven hood to remove the smoke or particulate from the area is a good solution to the problem. Opening a window may also be enough to vent enough smoke from the area and prevent the smoke detector from going off.
Creating air movement reduces the density of the particles, keeping them below the detection limit of the unit. A more permanent solution to the problem may be to move the smoke detector to an area adjacent to the kitchen but not in the kitchen. It will still be effective if a fire should break out but will not be as likely to trigger false alarms. A wall just outside the kitchen door is a good location. Many smoke/fire detectors are now made with the capability to be temporarily turned off for a short period.