Yeah the thing about that is they aren’t really “portfolio” posts. They are really just blog posts. The portfolio page template is completely separate, and displays all of your “blog” posts in a portfolio format. So if you want to remove what you’re asking, you would be removing it from your blog posts…which would affect all of your blog posts.
Portfolio posts don’t actually exist, since they are really just blog posts presented in a portfolio format. Does that make sense?
You may or may not want to remove them from your blog posts all together, but if you were curious how that is done, StudioPress has some tutorials and code snippets on their site that explain how to do it. Here is one of the links – http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/post-info/
If you need to keep them separate, I would use a portfolio plugin of some sort that has all of the features that you need. The portfolio that comes with this theme wasn’t really meant to be complex or anything. I’ve seen that Wes recommends using a plugin if you need more features.
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