This is up my wheelhousePosted: November 16, 2016
Here’s the link to the story where this appeared:
This is a congruent conflation of “up my alley” and “in my wheelhouse”, both phrases meaning something matching one’s interests or abilities in someone’s comfort zone. Location seems to be the culprit here, with “up” and “in” getting confused. A big, big, thanks to the Duke of Malaphors, Mike Kovacs, for seeing this one and passing it on.