Surprisingly, they came out pretty good (even though they were a little burned).
Of course, it's not a homecooked meal at our house without at least one smoke detector incident. No, that's not commentary on my cooking skills, though it could be from the picture I usually paint. Ever since we moved into our condo a year ago, we've had issues with our smoke detectors. We've had one of them replaced since it wouldn't turn off the first time it went off about a week after we moved in. The fact is, there are just too many smoke detectors too close together in the kitchen area. Washington state law says that smoke detectors are only required in sleeping areas, but for some reason, we have two practically in our kitchen about five feet apart. We've disabled one (though it still wails fiercely when the other one goes off). Despite an absence of smoke or any significant heat, all the smoke detectors go off nearly every time I use the stove for anything more signficant than soup. It's annoying, to say the least. We've tried to find a solution, but for now, we just open the balcony door and window, turn the fan on high and B is prepared to shut them off once the screeching starts. I know there's a better way. We just haven't figured out what it is yet.